DROUGHT - California Gov. Gavin Newsom today unveiled a broad strategy for bolstering the state’s water supply that includes targets to recycle more water, expand reservoir storage and collect more data on the amounts farmers use.
CA UNEMPLOYMENT - If you get laid off, there’s a system that’s supposed to help you get by: unemployment benefits.
ECONOMY - What does it really take to stay afloat in California?
SACRAMENTO - Welcome to the final countdown.
CA FINANCE - Send help, Harry Potter! Sacramento needs a new wizard!
GUEST COMMENTARY - Burdened with a decomposing President and a clearly overmatched Vice President, the Democrats are on the hunt for a saviour.
JOB MARKET TECH - Most folks have internet access, right? If not a desktop setup, at least a phone that can connect you to the internet.
WORKER RIGHTS - Some of the lowest wage workers are getting their livelihoods stolen by their own employers.
CALIFORNIA WATCH - Should Floridians get to vote in California elections? Should Californians get to cast ballots in Florida?
REDQUEENINLA - As your Dem Party representative elected at the County level, I am also one of your political reps elected to the Party at the State level.
ROE v. WADE A.D. - As California’s efforts to enshrine abortion access continue, the University of California and California State University are working to provide medication abortions on all campuses by Jan. 1
TENANTS IN CRISIS - Eviction protections for thousands of California households still waiting in line for payments from the state’s multi-billion dollar rent relief program expired Thursday.
YOUR TAX BILL - Let’s start with the premise that taxation is largely arbitrary.
UNHOUSED - In California, homelessness is a long-running crisis. And it is a human tragedy for an estimated 160,000 unhoused people.
GUEST COMMENTARY - The constitutional right to abortion in the United States is no more.
CA BUDGET - The 2022-23 fiscal year will begin in less than a week and Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders are still negotiating — or arguing — over how to divvy up a nearly $100 billion projected budget surplus.
RAIL TRANSPO - Can Californians find their way to San Jose?