Should CA governor Gavin Newsom sign a bill into law that would mandate later school start times to help mitigate the effects of sleep deprivation on high school and middle school students? Influencers weigh in
CA Governor Gavin Newsom should sign SB 5 to bring down rent prices for low-income residents. The bill would create a partnership between the state and local governments to build more affordable housing.
CA’s housing crisis is pushing the most vulnerable renters out of their homes. But how do we protect them? Imposing rent control policies on landlords? Building more housing? Both? That depends on who you ask.
Because of a building shortage in CA, landlords reducing housing costs and rent controls won’t work because it’s not increases causing the problem. These are solutions to create stability in the rental market.
Many politicians have emphasized free college tuition as the answer to affordable education and reducing student debt. But to improve access and lower cost, we need to change how that education is delivered.
Gavin Newsom has positioned CA as the resistance to Donald Trump’s regulatory agenda, especially when it comes to the environment. And it’s unlikely the state and federal government will reconcile anytime soon.
California is constantly battling with the federal government over environment protections and policies. Unless Donald Trump acknowledges the states authority in setting standards, it won’t stop anytime soon.
Protecting personal information & privacy in a technological world that’s getting more digital every day is a complex problem. A good start in CA is to put the responsibility back on date collection companies
It’s unnerving to know that technology companies keep track of what we do online. But it’s also nice to get all the free stuff from those companies in exchange for being able to track our consumer habits.
The health care system in California is in crisis in every important measurement: cost, affordability, the outrageous number of people who still are uninsured and the quality of care, which is subpar at best.
Most of the political debate over health care reform focuses on expanding coverage for the uninsured and making care affordable for working Californians. But there aren’t enough doctors across the state.
We live in a day and age where there is unequal access to timely or affordable health care. There are many reasons that this happens, such as a lack of trained health care workforce to meet the service demands.
California Priorities: Focus on Education will be September 18, 2019, at Fresno State. The keynote speaker is CSU Chancellor Timothy White. Here’s when and where the event will be, and how to get tickets.
Years of restrictive planning, layers of time-consuming local and state regulations and painfully slow recognition by leaders of the depth and breadth of the housing crisis have all conspired to get us here.