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California DMV will shut down all its offices for Real ID training: California’s Department of Motor Vehicles announced on Monday it will close all of its offices for half a day on July 24 to train workers on the federally mandated Real … Click to Continue »
NCAA could ban California colleges from bowl games and tournaments over proposed athlete pay: The president of the NCAA has warned that California’s universities could be barred from championship games if lawmakers pass a bill allowing student athletes to profit from their likeness. The … Click to Continue »
Bernie Sanders wants to wipe out student loan debt. Here’s what other key Democrats propose: Sen. Bernie Sanders unveiled his plan Monday on how to deal with ballooning student loan debt – essentially, to wipe it out and make college free. The Democratic presidential candidate … Click to Continue »
Does public banking loom in California?: The concept of public banking in California is making a comeback. By law, currently California cities and counties typically have one place to deposit the funds they collect from taxes, fees and fines: private commercial banks. Billions of dollars of public money are handled by commercial banks —...
Key advantages of a private nursing education: Nursing is in my blood. My parents are both nurses. My sister, countless cousins and others in my family have all dedicated themselves to serving others through the noble profession of nursing. When I graduated high school, I briefly tried to outrun my destiny. I left Los Angeles to enroll at UC ...
California can design the future of work: People will look back at this moment as historical. Economists, sociologists and political scientists will study and debate the choices that we are making as either wise or foolish. As Californians, we should write the history we want – by strategically and pragmatically addressing the present ec...
Newsom’s May Revise thinks big…and little: The Governor’s May revise came out today, and it is big: $213 billion big. And his office is predicting a $21.5b surplus. The updated proposal unveiled Thursday builds on the $209 billion budget the governor laid out in January. It keeps in place spending to expand health coverage for undocu...
Schlapp a Socialist? Conservative Union presents hilarious scorecard: While others debate whether to punch a neo-Nazi, Matt Schlapp and the American Conservative is seemingly questioning whether they can slap a socialist. Today they released their “conservative scorecard.” It’s hilarious. Let’s peek at a few of the bill descriptions: “Socializing Rideshare ...
California Looks to Set Rules for Police Use of Force: The use of deadly force by police officers has a few bright lines. Most would agree that officers can use force when a suspect has a gun in a threatening position. And most would agree that officers shouldn’t shoot where no immediate danger exists. But between those borders exists a vast area in...
Faced with lawsuits and FBI raids targeting her husband, Richelle Huizar drops her campaign for his L.A. City Council seat: Richelle Huizar ended her brief campaign for Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday, following a tumultuous month marked by two lawsuits against her husband and an FBI raid of her home. Huizar, wife of Councilman Jose Huizar, had launched a bid for her husband’s seat two months ago and was imm...
President Trump Says He Would Talk to Mueller Under Oath: President Donald Trump told reporters he would be willing to be interviewed under oath by Special Counsel Robert Mueller in the ongoing Russia probe.

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