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California small businesses are still reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic, but we shouldn’t be. Every day, more Americans are vaccinated and more businesses are opening up, yet small business owners continue to suffer unnecessary hardship.
GUEST COMMENTARY Student and employee safety is of utmost importance at Allan Hancock College. The pandemic has challenged every system we have in place, but our faculty and staff have risen to the challenge and are continuing to make countless changes, both big and small, to ensure our students have access, support, and safety when they enter our facilities.
Commentary: Physicians and medical groups maximize their earnings by limiting time with patients and adopting abusive billing practices.
Commentary: AB 418 would provide local governments needed resources to ensure that critical services remain available during blackouts.
Commentary: Water banking and trading are essential tools for managing the state’s groundwater, and we urgently need to make them work better.
Commentary: While important reforms have been approved for the Cal Grant system, AB 1456 would bring additional investment to make it better.
Commentary: Breed-specific laws may seem like an easy fix, but actually cause further harm to the community. Comprehensive breed-neutral dangerous dog laws are more complex, but pay off exponentially when it comes to protecting responsible dog owners and communities.
Commentary: “Take your passion and make it happen.” We all have a passion, a dream we would like to see come true, and it is never too late to go after it. Whatever your passion is, don’t lose sight of it. Make it happen.
Guest Commentary: I agree with the Republican governor of Alabama. Asked what it would take to convince her constituents to get vaccinated -- Alabama is among the least-protected in the nation -- Gov. Kay Ivey responded, "I don't know. You tell me. Folks [are] supposed to have common sense. But it's time to start blaming the unvaccinated folks, not the regular folks. It's the unvaccinated folks that are letting us down."
Commentary: As the drought bears down on the Central Valley, rice farmers and millions of migratory birds will feel the impact.