The legal brinkmanship, which centers on a relatively small sum – roughly $2.5 million, could have far-reaching consequences by putting the water supply of California’s fifth-largest city in jeopardy.
The move to mandate proof of vaccination for indoor access comes on the heels of California’s defeated recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Late results Tuesday night indicated a resounding defeat of California’s second-ever gubernatorial recall. Here are key take aways and Newsom’s likely next steps.
Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer said a five-year deal to mandate union labor on city projects was “not inclusive,” failed to boost local hiring or “broaden the City’s labor pool.”
“We’re in a case of deja vu all over again,” Visalia cardiologist Ashkan Attaran says in the debut episode of Sunrise FM in a discussion of vaccinations, hospital capacity issues, and the future with coronavirus.
Talk host Larry Elder rallied four hundred Valley residents over their collective exhaustion with California’s sky-rocketing cost of living led by – you guessed it – gas prices.
“This rise in crime only further burdens patrol, creating a cycle that snowballs on itself,” Fresno Police Officers Association president Brandon Wiemiller said.
Fresno Catholic Bishop Joseph V. Brennan took aim at Craig Harrison’s current work as a counselor and attempted to clear the air on the circumstances leading to Harrison’s exit from the Diocese.
Two Valley legislators sailed into Labor Day weekend undoubtedly feeling good after their bills advanced out of the California Legislature and now await Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature.
California’s accelerated decriminalization efforts are to blame for the state’s woes, recall contender Larry Elder and Kern County DA Cynthia Zimmer argued on Thursday.