Congress should not let extended unemployment benefits expire Dec. 28; the economy has not yet recovered to the point where these should end.
Even though The Bee doesn’t like the health care website, Assembly Republicans are keeping it
I hate to lecture Californians about winter. I really do, but will proceed to do so, for money. When I saw the story today on Sacbee.com about Dec. 11, 1932, being the coldest day in Sacramento history, 17 degrees, above zero, I had to snort. A little.
Assemblyman Richard Pan, a physician, probably didn’t think his legislation would threaten one of California’s true public health success stories.
Many Americans have questions about the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, formerly known as “Obamacare.” I’ve noticed that because the rollout didn’t go so well, the White House, sensing danger, seems to have cut out the reference to “Obamacare.” In a news conference the other day, President Obama refered to the ACA as “Sebeliuscare.” I think. They may be cooking up other names as well.
FDA’s proposed rules for food safety are too rigid and would cripple small and organic farmers.
Last Sunday’s Conversation about how plans for twin tunnels in the Delta might benefit the ecology of the estuary was written by Dennis McEwan, an aquatic biologist who works for the California Department of Water Resources. We asked readers the question: Do you think the plan to restore habitat and build twin tunnels to move water south will help correct environmental damage in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration must insist on the accuracy of DNA test results and health claims made by genetic testing firms, like California’s 23andMe.
Even though The Bee doesn’t like the website, Assembly Republicans are keeping it