The Sensible Taxation and Equity Promotion (STEP) Act will force Valley families to pay a huge tax bill on property or assets they didn’t own decades earlier, writes BizFed Central Valley chair William Bourdeau.
Two years after new rules were finalized to govern water deliveries to the Valley and Southern California, Democrats are actively throwing out scientific data – the alleged sin they accused President Trump’s team of doing.
At two issues critical for Fresno’s Armenian American community, the Fresno-based Honorary Consul to Armenia has failed to rise to the occassion.
The United Farm Workers was once a mighty force, but it’s largely become a greedy organization pushing a liberal agenda with workers seeing few results.
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.
It’s time to dispel the notion that Gov. Gavin Newsom isn’t pro-business. He’s an ardent supporter of businesses – so long as they’re political allies, writes Paso Robles distiller Aaron Bergh.
California has the resources to prioritize drought resiliency through increasing water storage and delivery systems, Asm. Vince Fong writes. Will legislators and Gov. Newsom act?
“Unbelievably, more Californians are disconnected than any other state in the country,” writes Asm. Devon Mathis (R–Visalia), arguing that broadband access is only increasing educational achievement gaps.
David Weidert was a name and a number in California’s corrections system. Now, he’s the poster-child for gubernatorial carelessness in the face of criminal depravity on the eve of a recall election.
Club One Casino’s move to Granite Park will return 300 jobs lost during the pandemic along with $1.2 million in tax revenues annually to Fresno, Fresno Chamber CEO Scott Miller writes.