Illegal Marijuana Growers Pose Threat To Communities, Ecosystems In The North State
Drug trafficking. Murder. Millions of acres of illegal marijuana fields. Most Californians assume the best place to look for these stories is their preferred streaming.
Let’s Not Beat A Dead Horse: Science Shows BLM Gathers Save Ecosystems And Wild Horses
As a farmer, representative of the North State, and Vice-Chair of the Assembly Water, Parks, and Wildlife Committee, I was disturbed to see the introduction.
Many Schools Are Open But Proposed Legislation Would Set Them Back
As we approach a full year since California schools shut down to slow the spread of COVID-19, parents are wondering when their children will ever.
There Is No Justification For Unequal Distribution Of Relief Funds To Small Counties
The California State Auditor last month published a report investigating the state’s disbursement of the $9.5 billion provided in the federal CARES Act’s Coronavirus Relief Fund to.
OP/ED: High-Speed Rail Gets Millions While California Burns & Forestry Projects Get Defunded
The issue of wildfire is one California leaders have neglected for decades and only seem to pay attention to nowadays between the months of May.
Educational Choice Is Essential In The Era Of COVID-19
As school districts in Los Angeles and San Diego have announced their continued closure through the coming fall semester, I am one of many concerned.
Wildfire Prevention Deserves Long-Term, Dedicated, Continuous Funding
With every passing year, California continues to shatter records with devastating fire seasons, and 2020 is no exception. This year, the state has lost 4.2 million acres,.