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Assembly Bill 616 would have made it easier for California farmworkers to vote to unionize by allowing them to fill out and mail ballots as absentees.
The civil rights trailblazer gets some much-deserved attention in a documentary streaming now on Amazon Prime.
Tenants in Los Angeles and San Francisco claim they are being targeted by their corporate landlord.
Wastewater injection wells are believed to be behind the significant increase in seismic activity.
So far, Gov. Gavin Newsom has given no indication that he’s inclined to extend supplemental paid leave.
The former plant is believed to have impacted more than 10,000 properties east of Los Angeles.
The expedited process doesn’t require Republican support and may be the best chance for reform in decades.
The clock is ticking as the state’s most vulnerable water users face a tough reckoning.
As the state grapples with ongoing drought and an array of drinking water pollutants, California’s most vulnerable residents have the biggest reason to worry.
Groundwater systems are key during California droughts, but certain communities are running dry — and there’s no real solution in sight.
The findings align with what experts have been saying for more than a year.
The potential remedies for the state’s drought-related problems are diverse, complicated and divisive.
Here’s why the state’s traditional conservatives and moderates have exited a party that once dominated in California.
The move will impact over a thousand active wells.
The election outcome shouldn’t be mistaken by the Newsom administration as an endorsement of the governor’s handling of the pandemic.
Ten years after Capital & Main was founded, one thing is still clear: we ignore economic inequality at our peril.
Amid drought and wildfire crises, the state’s powerful industries have stymied 12 bills meant to address climate change and industry accountability.
The college program is after state grants to rebuild and expand natural gas production in the San Juan Basin.
Among low-turnout communities, confusion about the recall process can inhibit voter participation.
The plan has its origins with Betsy DeVos, Donald Trump’s secretary of education, and could drastically affect L.A. school budgets.