Assembly Bill 2280 has safeguards to prevent past abuses.

Planned Parenthood is pushing measure on nonprofit hospital mergers.

Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman: Compromise reached

While the Islamic State may pose the bigger immediate danger to U.S. security, there’s no doubt that the Ebola virus is also a significant threat to global stability.

NFL talks a great game, but advertisers will determine its response to off-field violence.

Hawks in Congress push for more ground combat in the Middle East, mostly for political reasons.

Passion is on the side of independence, but unity will win out.

Reusing batteries can help California reach renewable energy goals.

Is Joe King the person to run California? Is Joe King the person? If not, should voters be concerned? What might happen if he does not exist, would that alone make him unworthy to lead?

Before U.S. increases military action in Iraq and Syria, a fundamental question must be answered.

Peaks that don’t make the tourist guides tell you a lot more about the Golden State.

Businesses want their money, but both political parties are dissing them.

Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman: Defense!

Although this is a classic example of how the state’s initiative process is flawed, we were looking forward to the campaign because it would have provided the perfect platform for a little healthy introspection.

How confident are you that the seafood you buy is really what you get? I was appalled to see seafood mislabeling firsthand when the fish I purchased from a vendor was not what I ordered.

The world doesn’t have institutions to combat Ebola outbreak and Islamic extremism.

We give the rich and famous too much sympathy for bad behavior.

Kent State University officials took “great offense to a company using our pain for their publicity and profit.”

Automatic tickets issued by cameras gouge motorists in the nation’s capital.

South Carolina politician continues to invite public humiliation.

An effort to divide California into six separate states died late last week, failing to gather enough valid signatures to qualify for the ballot. With its demise, another bad idea about how to fix California has fallen by the wayside.

Judging by her weekend appearance in Iowa, it looks as if Hillary Clinton is indeed running for president. Now she has to answer one simple question: Why?

Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman: I’m Back

State has 2,300 special districts on top of 482 city councils, 1,028 boards of education and 58 boards of county supervisors. Is your head spinning yet?

Although any increase in gas prices hurts, the reality is that our gas consumption is hurting even more, and a tax on carbon is the smartest way to address the problem. Climate change will have a far higher cost on our children than a gas tax will have on us.

Economics failed, but economists made it worse by letting partisanship get in the way.

Using the term ‘war’ presents misleading picture of how terrorist group must be fought.

The crisis shows weaknesses in the global capacity to tackle emergencies.

While Sacramento brands itself as the center of the farm-to-fork movement, parishioners at the midtown church I attend have similarly reconnected to the agricultural roots of the center of our worship and communal life, the sacramental wine.

Darrell Steinberg is leaving the Legislature after 14 years, and leaving a mark.

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