Following coronavirus, one California law is creating lawsuit free-for-all with no limit, and trial lawyers know it, writes Bakersfield businessman Mark DeVries, Jr.
Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed a top priority bill for the United Farm Workers that would have eased voting to organize workers into the union, angering union allies.
An initiative proponent cites deadly wildfires caused by the state’s largest utility providers, regular blackouts, dizzying utility bills, and alleged corruption for breaking down the regulatory body.
Firefighters are tackling California’s largest-ever wildfire near Lake Tahoe and fresh blazes in Sequoia National Park. Hope for relief moving forward, however, was extinguished on Capitol Hill.
National Forests in California will reopen at midnight on Thursday, two days earlier than originally planned, the U.S. Forest Service announced.
The move to mandate proof of vaccination for indoor access comes on the heels of California’s defeated recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Lawmakers are pushing Newsom to allow boosted unemployment to expire while creating new incentives for employees and small businesses to encourage a return to work.
“I think the, ‘If you build it, they will come,’ theory is pure fantasy,” Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon (D–Paramount) said. “They will come where? How will they magically appear in Merced?”
Two Central Valley farming operations have teamed up with a San Francisco tech company to power electric cars for ride-hailing.
“Secret ballot election, free from undue pressure, is foundational to the democratic process that all of us cherish as Americans,” farm advocates argued in opposition to the bill awaiting Gov. Gavin Newsom’s desk.