Newsom is right that California’s high-speed rail costs too much, will take too long, and won’t live up to its utopian promise. That was always going to be the case. Let’s cancel this boondoggle and move on.
A year after the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, several common sense gun laws are being considered. But we can’t rely on politicians alone. We must do more to stop gun violence.
Schools are supposed to be teaching our children how to become productive and responsible adults, but by overspending revenues, blaming others for their fiscal problems and demanding bailouts, they are setting poor examples.
Co-prescribing legislation for live-saving drugs like naloxone ensures huge dents in needless, accidental opioid-related deaths. As the mother of someone who died from an overdose, I cannot stress enough the importance of AB 2760.
Climate change is a health emergency. That’s why dozens of California’s leading health care, and community-based health organizations have released a “California Call for Action on Climate, Health, and Equity.”
President Trump devoted much of his Feb. 5 State of the Union speech to hyping the dangers of undocumented migrants and pushing for the wall. Have his calls for border security surpassed our devotion to Lady Liberty?
As a two-year-old American boy lay dying in a hospital bed in Oakland, he was denied the comfort and affection of his mother. Abdullah’s forced separation from his mother Shaima Swileh exposed Trump’s Muslim ban for its cruel waiver process.
When the California State Senate Judiciary Committee announced that its internal rules would be written in gender-neutral language, many reported the committee had banned the use of gender pronouns, but that was not true.
The California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) took full advantage of opportunities for profits on investments in 2017 and 2018., but it could actually be underwater because of a new way of calculating its liabilities.
Schultz says he won’t run for president “unless I think I can win.” Whether he can win or not, he should not run if he doesn’t understand that governing a country is not the same as building a successful Fortune 500 company.