Opposition to issuing gas tax holidays isn’t universal across U.S. states, including those dominated by Democrats.
A number of factors have made car-buying harder for Valley consumers. But buyers still have plenty of options, writes the President of California’s New Car Dealers Association.
“The CSU has been victim of both lack of transparency in two searches (CSU Fresno President and CSU Chancellor) that have led to resignations and embarrassment,” CSU faculty said in a resolution.
Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon’s (D–Paramount) days leading the lower chamber in California’s Capitol might be numbered, and rural interests may get a new champion.
Supporters of a gas tax holiday said they have more Democratic support for the measure and may try again to force a floor vote before a Friday deadline.
Two Valley lawmakers vying for a seat in Congress are taking decidedly different approaches to the priciest issue on voters’ minds.
Big tech firms that run Instagram and TikTok could find themselves facing a litany of lawsuits from California parents over the addictiveness of their services.
Despite a renaissance of support from voters and state lawmakers, reports of bubbling opposition to saving California’s lone nuke plant have an odd wrinkle.
The future of California’s last – arguably most critical – nuclear plant is in flux. Californians, however, are decidedly in support of keeping it open, a new survey finds.
Gov. Gavin Newsom rolled into Kern County to figuratively roll up his sleeve for a second coronavirus booster shot on Wednesday.