“One small step for nobody, one giant leap if you’re a raisin,” comedian Bill Maher joked on his HBO show on Saturday.
The group organizing the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom announced it had collected more than 2 million signatures en route to forcing a special election.
The university, along with the City of Davis, is offering students $75 “grants” to encourage them to skip spring break travel this year.
The former LA Mayor could answer a big question on the recall: will a big-name Democrat with statewide appeal step-up and run on the replacement ballot?
The Fresno Republican announced her candidacy against newly-minted Sen. Alex Padilla by tying him to the state’s rocky coronavirus response.
Nearly 59,000 businesses throughout the state are currently eligible to have their liquor license renewal fees waived.
The state will dangle $2 billion before cash-strapped school boards, offering them a slice only if they offer in-person instruction by the end of the month.
The deal, struck with California legislators, aims to heap added incentive to the state’s school districts to reopen segments of schools by April 1.
With Tax Day around the corner, California businesses are staring at a tax hit for their coronavirus lifeline last year. One State Senator wants to make PPP loans tax-free.
“If California small-business owners want to survive, it is imperative that we get involved — specifically, in supporting the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom.”