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Report: Student test scores plunge in Paso Robles and state

October 27th, 2022 Comments Off on Report: Student test scores plunge in Paso Robles and state
Only 40% of students met English standards, 29% met math standards in Paso Robles schools – California’s Education Department this week released student test scores […]

CalMatters: California drought likely to continue

October 17th, 2022 Comments Off on CalMatters: California drought likely to continue
State braces for fourth year of drought in a row – As California’s 2022 water year ends this week, the parched state is bracing for another […]

CalMatters: California pig law exposes a divided America

October 12th, 2022 Comments Off on CalMatters: California pig law exposes a divided America
Supreme Court could strike down state ag law – Although it deals primarily with pigs, the California case that had oral arguments before the U.S. […]

State approves microplastics testing of drinking water sources

October 3rd, 2022 Comments Off on State approves microplastics testing of drinking water sources
State Water Resources Control Board approves policy handbook for testing water supplies for microplastics – California water regulators recently approved the world’s first requirements for […]

California budget approved: What to know about record spending plan

September 6th, 2022 Comments Off on California budget approved: What to know about record spending plan
Governor signed $308-billion budget last week – California has adopted a $308 billion budget that will provide refunds to most taxpayers in the state, pour resources […]

Report: California schools face avalanche of changes

August 17th, 2022 Comments Off on Report: California schools face avalanche of changes
– “Everything Everywhere All At Once” is the name of a 2022 film, but it could also describe the cascade of changes confronting California schools […]

CalMatters: Restrictions make it harder for low-income families to get infant formula

July 5th, 2022 Comments Off on CalMatters: Restrictions make it harder for low-income families to get infant formula
Low-income families scrambling to find formula – An infant formula shortage plaguing the nation has been difficult for all families that need it, but state and […]

CalMatters: California tax relief – What’s in the tentative deal?

June 25th, 2022 Comments Off on CalMatters: California tax relief – What’s in the tentative deal?
Three-tier program would benefit an estimated 17.4 million California taxpayers – Governor Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders have reached a tentative agreement to provide as […]

Opinion: California needs to keep Diablo Canyon Power Plant running

May 31st, 2022 Comments Off on Opinion: California needs to keep Diablo Canyon Power Plant running
By The Breakthrough Institute Deputy Director Alex Trembath and Director of Nuclear Innovation Adam Stein for CalMatters: – Gov. Gavin Newsom is reportedly considering extending a […]

Report: Bill advances to let teens get vaccinated without parental consent

May 9th, 2022 Comments Off on Report: Bill advances to let teens get vaccinated without parental consent
From CalMatters: – California kids 12 and older are one step closer to being able to get vaccinated without parental consent after a key legislative […]
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