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Proposed Embarcadero Waterfront Homeless Shelter Not A Treat For San Francisco Residents

Proposed Embarcadero Waterfront Homeless Shelter Not A Treat For San Francisco Residents

Whitney Tipton | Contributor   The Port Commission of San Francisco is set to approve a prime Embarcadero waterfront location for what will be the largest homeless shelter in the city. The commissioners, appointed by the mayor, are scheduled to vote on the proposal April 23. It is expected to be approved. “The commission is […]

CVS is now selling CBD products in California

CVS is now selling CBD products in California

By KAREN D’SOUZA | kdsouza@bayareanewsgroup.com | Bay Area News Group   Select CVS locations in California and seven other states are now selling hemp-derived CBD products. The national drugstore chain will be marketing the topical cannabidiol products as “an alternative source of relief,” CVS said in a statement to NBC News. The chain also will be partnering with another company […]

CAL FIRE Local 2881 Releases Statement Regarding Governor Newsom’s Signing of Proclamation of Emergency

CAL FIRE Local 2881 Releases Statement Regarding Governor Newsom’s Signing of Proclamation of Emergency

CAL FIRE Local 2881 released a statement this morning regarding Governor Newsom’s signing of a Proclamation of Emergency regarding wildfires. “The fires of the past three years have upended and destroyed entire communities, the worst I have seen in my twenty-five year career,” said Tim Edwards, President of CAL Fire Local 2881.  “While it is […]

California Is Looking To Tax Drinking Water

California Is Looking To Tax Drinking Water

Timothy Snowball | Pacific Legal Foundation   California is known for a lot of things: Ronald Reagan, Hollywood, beaches, hippies, student protests — and some of the most relentlessly progressive politicians in the entire country. Simply put, the government of California is out of control. In total, the state added 1,016new laws to the books in 2019, […]

The “Whether You Like it or Not” Governor of California is at it again.

The “Whether You Like it or Not” Governor of California is at it again.

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Poor Californians, our vote means nothing, for the politicians of our state make laws and rules to suit themselves and their belief systems. They, therefore, stomp our votes, beliefs, and feelings into the ground. (That, by the way, is now the preferred modus of the international political elites in ruling […]

A New Approach to Pension Reform Goes to Appellate Court

A New Approach to Pension Reform Goes to Appellate Court

    By Edward Ring The recent ruling by the California Supreme Court in the case CalFire vs CalPERS has garnered much attention from pension reformers. While falling short of being a landmark ruling, the result was nonetheless encouraging. The court left open the possibility that vesting does not protect prospective benefits of current employees. The implications of that are […]

Insects Are Disappearing, But California Just Got a Beautiful Explosion of Butterflies

Insects Are Disappearing, But California Just Got a Beautiful Explosion of Butterflies

By FIONA MACDONALD If you’ve been on social media this week, you might have noticed Californians going crazy over the sudden appearance of millions of butterflies, flying north en masse through the state. It’s pretty much the exact joyful display of nature that the world needs right now But it’s also a beautiful and rare sight in a […]

Tlaib Supports College’s Attempt To End School’s Study Abroad Program In Israel

Tlaib Supports College’s Attempt To End School’s Study Abroad Program In Israel

By Mike Brest | Reporter   Democratic Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib is supporting a college movement to suspend the school’s study abroad program in Israel. Students and professors at Pitzer College in California are pushing the school’s administration to halt the program in Haifa, Israel until the Middle Eastern country meets demands set by the organizers. […]

District Attorney Greg Totten Deeply Disappointed by Death Penalty Moratorium

District Attorney Greg Totten Deeply Disappointed by Death Penalty Moratorium

VENTURA, California –District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that he is “deeply disappointed by Governor Newsom’s decision to impose a moratorium on imposition of the death penalty in California. In doing so, the Governor is substituting his opinion in place of literally thousands of jurors who, after hearing the facts of these cases, decided […]

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