California’s June 15 reopening date has an added benefit: the conclusion of nearly all mask mandates on Californians, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced.
Gov. Gavin Newsom is spending much of the week touting a hefty surplus. That isn’t stopping his fellow Democrats from seeking hundreds of billions in new taxes from Californians.
The bulk of spending on Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed homeless plan goes toward converting pre-existing buildings, where the average cost of conversion costs taxpayers $150,000 per unit.
California’s eye-popping surplus gave Capitol Hill Republicans another axe to grind over President Biden’s coronavirus relief, starting with Sen. Mitt Romney (R–Utah).
After weeks of cajoling, Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a proclamation of a state of emergency on California’s ever-worsening drought.
Courtesy of an historic tax rebate, Gov. Gavin Newsom is seeking to give $600 stimulus payments to nearly 2/3 of Californians. The reaction to the plan was quick.
California’s first-ever population decline hasn’t surprised many. But how does it look in the San Joaquin Valley? We dug into the numbers.
Only a dwindling share of elected officials have not publicly pressured Gov. Gavin Newsom to declare an emergency over the drought.
America’s growing reliance on logistics – specifically short and long-haul trucking – is coming to a head, particularly on the West Coast.
A string of bad press and rumors of malfeasance has driven unrest within the California National Guard into the ouster of a top general.