Simply put, California is far too behind in our production of energy to meet its lofty goals. It’s why our lone remaining nuclear power plant has returned to the forefront, writes Asm. Devon Mathis (R–Porterville) writes.
Consumers “don’t realize that the price they pay for drugs at the pharmacy counter is determined by a complex process that includes their pharmacy, drug manufacturers, health insurers, and middlemen known as Pharmacy Benefit Managers.”
Three years after President Trump reversed the choking of water supplies to 25 million Californians, efforts to siphon even more water to the Pacific Ocean are beginning again.
Some ask, “Why have no new reservoirs been built in the seven years since?” Rest assured, there are projects in the works. All recently passed a key milestone and are moving forward.
“It’s become harder than ever to recruit and retain officers in a city staring down heavy violent crime.” writes outgoing City Council President Luis Chavez
This holiday season, every family is paying close attention to a topic no one ever expected would be a debate around the dinner table: the supply chain crisis.
Nebraska didn’t work for Adrian Martinez. Maybe returning to his hometown college will spark a repeat of the success found by Marcus McMaryion.
For a program that had two coaches – Jim Sweeney and Pat Hill – over a 31-year-span, the prospect of seeking a fourth head coach in six years is certainly a drastic change of pace.
On the 110th birthday of California’s initiative system, Don Wright asks: How about something different than bonds to fix California’s overworked water infrastructure?
“Armchair quarterbacking may be in season, but I’ll put up [Berj] Apkarian’s character, initiative and leadership up against any others,” writes Hrair Messerlian.