At least we get better service and expanded free access at the courthouse as part of the deal
If we must suffer the indignity of TSA checkpoints, they ought to keep kids out of jet wheel wells.
Change is in the air in South Sacramento’s long-struggling North Franklin neighborhood.
Roberta MacGlashan will offer two separate ordinances at today’s Board of Supervisors hearing. They’re understandable, if extreme, reactions to the Legislature’s annual failure. They deserve serious consideration and raise significant issues.
The Bee’s editorial board met with the four leading candidates seeking to replace termed-out Secretary of State Debra Bowen. The secretary of state is California’s chief elections officer. We asked the candidates about whether the job ought to be nonpartisan, voter fraud and Cal-Access, the state’s campaign finance database.
Re “Squeezing the middle class” (Forum, April 13): Susan Sward quotes author Thomas Frank, who blames some conservatives for “reducing corporations’ tax burdens.” In fact, the corporate tax rate in the United States is the highest in the world.