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Critics of the state’s move to an age-based priority system say it defies statistical evidence that workplace transmission is a major source of the virus’s spread.
New numbers show that just 29% of the people receiving vaccines are Latinos, who account for 52% of L.A. County’s COVID deaths.
More than 1,300 county residents who lacked housing died last year.
But not everyone in the state is rankled by Joe Biden’s executive order.
The California governor has so far approved more than 8,000 fossil fuel permits on private and state lands.
How much retail shopping contributed to January’s surge is hard to know. Critics charge the county’s policy has been fatally flawed.
Oilfield dangers aren’t confined to the drilling pad – many Permian Basin homes have pipes carrying gas, oil and contaminated water running right through their yards.
A notorious pollution site may be paved over and repurposed for new industrial activity.
The rent moratorium extension worked out in Sacramento is a flawed and incomplete emergency measure.
This week a sweeping immigration reform bill is to be introduced in the House of Representatives.
Rideshare companies spent $203M to pass a California measure limiting driver rights. A lawsuit says its fine print could block unions.
While California struggles to distribute COVID-19 shots, Latino Los Angeles takes a hit.
How Joe Biden could bring much-needed change to America.
A collection of holiday themed “fractoids” recently promoted New Mexico’s oil and gas industry. Many suffered from a lack of facts.
Immigration, the outgoing president’s signal issue, could be his gravy train after he leaves the White House.
Joe Biden’s biggest challenge lies at the U.S.-Mexico border, where an estimated 67,000 migrants are stranded.
One big question will be whether Biden is as willing as his predecessor to use his far-reaching presidential powers to reshape policy.
County sources say the Board of Supervisors is trying to balance the health crisis with economic considerations.
A conversation with dean and law professor Erwin Chemerinsky on the latest impeachment and on what happens next.
After Trump, can Americans bridge a chasm of political beliefs to meet halfway on immigration issues?