- Is Gavin Newsom eyeing the White House?
California Gov. Gavin Newsom's recent words and actions are fueling national media speculation about his becoming a presidential candidate.
- California cuts cannabis taxes to heal ailing industry
Gov. Newsom and the Legislature cut a California cannabis tax, but not everyone is convinced it's enough to stabilize the legal market. Social equity operators say the changes don't do nearly enough to help them.
- Tuition waivers for Native Americans are a step in the right direction
Tuition waivers can never atone for damage done to Native Americans. Not all need the help, but most people historically oppressed by government policy and abuse do.
- BIG week at SCOTUS – with Professor Courtney Joslin
CAPITOL WEEKLY PODCAST: Last week's Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v Wade and allowing states to set their own abortion rules is nothing short of an earthquake in American life. Constitutional Law Professor Courtney Joslin joins us to talk about the Dobbs decision itself, the implications of the decision and Justice Thomas' comments that other decisions, including Obergefell, legalizing Gay Marriage, may also need to be reconsidered.
- CA’s new privacy rules should eye costs to grocers, consumers
OPINION:</b Over the past two years, California’s grocer community has overcome supply chain complications, unprecedented demand, and workforce challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now contending with record inflation, the last thing grocers and their customers need are unintended consequences from the state’s new online privacy regulations, which pose a threat to how consumers access savings opportunities and e-commerce shopping tools like curbside pick-up and delivery.
- The fight over California sports gambling: Ads, ads and more ads
Odds are, in coming months you’ll become keenly aware that sportsbook operators and gaming tribes are waging a high-stakes ballot battle for control of sport gambling in California, and you may well get sick of it. That’s because both sides have $100 million war chests, ready to deliver their messages on every imaginable platform.
- Biden can end ‘Remain in Mexico,’ SCOTUS says. What that means for asylum-seekers across the border
Since the MPP’s restart in January, more than 800 asylum-seekers have been enrolled into the San Diego operation. This content Biden can end ‘Remain in Mexico,’ SCOTUS says. What that means for asylum-seekers across the border appeared first on inewsource.
- NoodleMania goes to Chic n’ Time
I liked the chicken wings, moist and tasty, but the noodles were so good, I had a tough time paying attention to the bird. NoodleMania goes to Chic n’ Time NoodleMania goes to Chic n’ Time was first posted on July 6, 2022 at 2:54 pm.©2022 "Mission Local". Use of this feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in your feed reader, then the site is guilty of copyright infringement. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Covid-19 Tracker: One, two, three, many covids?
Hospitalizations, recorded infections, positivity rates are up, while R Number models are mixed and wastewater monitoring is down. Covid-19 Tracker: One, two, three, many covids? Covid-19 Tracker: One, two, three, many covids? was first posted on July 6, 2022 at 11:20 am.©2022 "Mission Local". Use of this feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in your feed reader, then the site is guilty of copyright infringement. Please contact me at email@example.com
- Cleaning up
Cleaning up Cleaning up was first posted on July 6, 2022 at 5:56 am.©2022 "Mission Local". Use of this feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in your feed reader, then the site is guilty of copyright infringement. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
San José Spotlight
- Eastside Dreams: Highlighting the history of East San Jose
Until this month, East San Jose’s history was a gaping hole in the city’s local libraries. The community, often overlooked and neglected, did not see itself at all reflected in Silicon Valley’s history books. That all changed with a single question. A San Jose State student was looking to learn more about the city’s lowriding culture and asked... The post Eastside Dreams: Highlighting the history of East San Jose appeared first on San José Spotlight.
- Rodríguez: Apprenticeships pair paid work experience with education
Apprenticeship programs are one of the most often overlooked areas of education. They may also be the key to our economic recovery and future success following the COVID-19 pandemic. Registered apprenticeship programs in community colleges pair coursework with paid work experience for the student. Most of these programs are directly tied to the traditional trade unions,... The post Rodríguez: Apprenticeships pair paid work experience with education appeared first on San José Spotlight.
- San Jose lawmaker speaks on investigating Capitol attack
In her 28 years in Congress, Zoe Lofgren has done it all. She has led committees on immigration, judiciary issues and technology. She’s participated in impeachment proceedings for three sitting presidents, serving as a manager for that of former President Donald Trump. And now she is participating in an effort to preserve democracy in the... The post San Jose lawmaker speaks on investigating Capitol attack appeared first on San José Spotlight.
Golden Gate Xpress
- Trikes replace bikes in July 4th celebration
A few hundred families came to downtown Hollister on July 4 to celebrate Independence Day as they took part in the annual kiddie parade that meandered from the Veterans Memorial Building along San Benito Street, turning right at South Street, over to Monterey Street, then down to Fifth Street, returning to San Benito Street as The post Trikes replace bikes in July 4th celebration appeared first on BenitoLink.
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San Francisco Public Press
- As Statewide Eviction Protections Expire, SF Measure Kicks In
Although a statewide eviction moratorium for tenants with pending rent relief applications expired Thursday, some tenants in San Francisco and Los Angeles saw a glimmer of hope as previously voided local protections kicked back in. ities and advocates hope the enactment of new protections will help to fill the gap for struggling tenants facing eviction for rent due after June 30. The post As Statewide Eviction Protections Expire, SF Measure Kicks In appeared first on San Francisco Public Press.
- Expanding View of Domestic Violence Gives Survivors New Tool, but Unsympathetic Judges Remain an Obstacle
A California law enacted in 2021 allows domestic violence victims to claim coercive control — a broad range of behaviors including humiliation, surveillance, intimidation, gaslighting and isolation that strips an intimate partner of a sense of autonomy and personhood. Experts in domestic violence say judicial skepticism of abuse victims, often with misogynistic overtones, has long been widespread in U.S. family court, creating dangerous hurdles to justice. The expanded conception of domestic […]
- San Francisco Rent Relief Tracker
Mere days before statewide eviction protections expire on June 30, over 52% of requested funds for rent assistance in San Francisco had been paid out. The post San Francisco Rent Relief Tracker appeared first on San Francisco Public Press.
- San Francisco Rations Housing by Scoring Homeless People’s Trauma. By Design, Most Fail to Qualify.
Co-published with ProPublica. Tabitha Davis had just lost twins in childbirth and was facing homelessness. The 23-year-old had slept on friends’ floors for the first seven months of her pregnancy, before being accepted to a temporary housing program for pregnant women. But with the loss of the twins, the housing program she’d applied to live in after giving birth — intended for families — was no longer an option. A few weeks later, Davis was informed that the score she’d been given […]
- Need to Understand Eviction Protections Before They Expire? We Made a Flow Chart
If you’re a tenant facing a COVID-19 hardship, it can be difficult to understand how you are — and are not — protected from eviction. Here’s what you need to know. The post Need to Understand Eviction Protections Before They Expire? We Made a Flow Chart appeared first on San Francisco Public Press.
- People’s Cafe team opens zero-waste Egyptian and Yemeni restaurant Belladi Kitchen
The folks behind East Bay mission-driven standbys House Kombucha, Baladi and People’s Local Market have opened a new restaurant in Oakland.
- Women through the ages spar comically in Aurora Theatre’s ‘Wives’ but play fails to coalesce
The West Coast premiere of Jaclyn Backhaus' play tries to jam four skits into one comedic show. The result lacks structure and cohesiveness.
- Cut, trim, pave! Crackdown on vegetation near homes in fire zones is coming
Berkeley Hills residents will soon be required to have a 5-foot ember-resistant zone around their homes. The state is getting more serious about its defensible space laws for fire prevention.
- Court order halts construction at People’s Park until mid-July
Two Berkeley neighborhood groups filed the lawsuit last summer.
- Roads closed for Fourth of July due to fire danger in Berkeley
Fireworks remain prohibited, and several roads and parking lots commonly used as viewpoints for Fourth of July celebrations in the Berkeley Hills will be closed to vehicles.