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How Bernie Sanders is cultivating California for 2020

Bernie Sanders can’t get enough of California. Sanders, the independent senator from Vermont, barnstormed the Golden State ahead of the June 2016 primary like no presidential candidate in recent memory. … Click to Continue »

Thoughtful, affordable housing in L.A.? It's true. These two tours show how

A week after state legislators sent Gov. Jerry Brown bills to address California's lack of affordable housing, the Los Angeles chapter of the American Institute of Architects will host two tours highlighting low-cost housing in South L.A. and Hollywood. The first tour, Single-Family Solutions in...

California Today: California Today: Amid Housing Pain, Most Californians Have Weighed a Move

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Wednesday: A housing crisis that spans the state, a potentially fatal blow to the delta tunnels project, and a look back at Emperor Norton.

Former basketball player says university denied her a job for no longer identifying as gay

A former University of Southern California point guard, Camille LeNoir, alleges she was denied an assistant coaching job in the New Mexico State University athletic department because of her sexual orientation. This week, a federal judge in California decided to allow her discrimination case to advance. LeNoir’s case is proceeding just four months after Jane Meyer, the […]

What other kinds of lawlessness does California want to protect as a 'sanctuary state'?

To the editor: We are a nation of laws. Our laws both protect and sustain us as a society. Our laws are both major and minor, but the rule of law is what governs our way of life and safeguards our freedom. (“California lawmakers approve landmark ‘sanctuary state’ bill to expand protections for...

10 points to keep in mind about housing affordability in California

Many politicians and activists push simplistic solutions when it comes to California’s housing woes. Some promote subsidies; others density. Some sell infill as the solution; others blame everything on the state’s byzantine laws. Maybe I'm getting old, or maybe the election of 2016 just reminded...

Entitled drivers are getting in the way of California’s climate change efforts

For all the talk in California about leading the world in fighting global warming and resisting President Trump’s climate-denial agenda, the state faces one powerful obstacle that limits its environmental activism: Touch their cars and Californians will revolt. Any effort that limits, constrains...

Trump's wall is big, beautiful and dumb — here's a better way to control the border

If the goal is to stop illegal immigration, I’ve got some advice for President Trump from here in California, which used to be part of Mexico and now has turned itself into a kind of sanctuary state. For starters, the promised “big, beautiful wall” along the southern border of the United States...

From oil refineries to solar plants, unions bend California climate change policies in their favor

No contour of California’s vast landscape inspires such passionate devotion as its coastline, so state lawmakers recoiled when President Trump announced in April that he wanted to expand offshore drilling. The outrage was channeled into a proposal for preventing any new infrastructure along the...

Key California farm district rejects governor's tunnels plan

A group of powerful California farmers pulled their support Tuesday from a pair of massive, $16 billion tunnels that would have re-engineered the state's water system in a decisive move that dealt a major blow to the project pushed by Gov. Jerry Brown.

California Becomes First State to Ban the Sale of Non-rescued Animals

After a bill was unanimously passed in the Senate earlier this week, California has become the first state to ban the commercial breeding of dogs, cats, and rabbits. The legislation, AB-485, is a direct blow against the use of puppy mills: facilities that breed animals in crowded, dirty, and inhumane conditions. Show More Summary

VIrtues and Flaws: NAFTA, and Economists' Views of NAFTA

Apropos of Janet Napolitano's : The future of NAFTA and the state of U.S.-Mexico relations: "A forum hosted by the University of California and Tecnológico de Monterrey..."... ---- My present thoughts about NAFTA: Nearly a quarter century...Show More Summary

Continuing a fierce assault on 'sanctuary' policies, Sessions attacks California bill

In another shot in an ongoing battle over so-called sanctuary city polices, Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions on Tuesday attacked California’s new bill that affords some protections to undocumented immigrants across the state, calling it “unconscionable” and a threat to public safety. Sessions, speaking...

Water district vote deals major blow to California's delta tunnel project

The board of the Westlands Water District on Tuesday dealt a potentially fatal blow to the most ambitious California water project planned in decades. By a 7-1 vote, the board of the state's largest irrigation district decided not to join the California WaterFix, a $17-billion project that would...

Trinity League teams continue to dominate state, national rankings

Last week, all six Trinity League football teams were among the top 15 teams in the California top 25 compiled by CalHiSports.com. This week, those six teams are among the top 14. Mater Dei retains the No. 1 position it has held since the preseason rankings were published. St. John Bosco continues to be No. […]

Majority of voters support state affordable housing bond

A recent UC Berkeley survey of California voters found that a 51-percent majority support a $4 billion housing bond the state Legislature recently voted to put on the November 2018 ballot, the university reported Tuesday, Sept. 19. Just 27 percent of the 1,200 registered voters responding the university’s Institute of Governmental Studies’ online survey opposed […]

Arizona Supreme Court rules parentage law applies to same-sex couples

The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that a state law presuming a mother’s spouse is her child’s parent applies equally to same-sex couples. Kimberly and Suzan McLaughlin legally married in California in 2008 and in 2010 Kimberly became pregnant through an anonymous sperm donor. During the pregnancy, they moved to Arizona and signed a legal […]

California high-speed rail: Everything you need to know

The $64 billion plan to bring 800 miles of track up and down the Golden State You’ve probably heard that California is trying to build its own shiny and speedy bullet train. After voters approved a 2008 ballot proposition that kicked...Show More Summary

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