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State allocates $491 million for transportation improvements

–This week, the California Transportation Commission (CTC) announced it has allocated $491 million to address transportation needs throughout the state. This investment, which includes $273 […] Full Article

Report: Small landlords left struggling when renters stop paying

–By Kate Cimini/CalMatters At the start of the pandemic, Brandon McCall’s two tenants ran into financial trouble. One had surgery and went on disability, which […] Full Article

In-depth: California is first to tackle microplastics in drinking water

–By Rachel Becker/CalMatters California is poised to issue the world’s first guidelines for microplastics in drinking water despite no data on how plentiful they are […] Full Article

Gov. Newsom grants nine pardons and other reprieves

–Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday announced that he has granted nine pardons, one commutation, and 10 medical reprieves. The California Constitution gives the governor […] Full Article

Eager to be vaccinated, California farmworkers face obstacles

–By Ana B. Ibarra, CalMatters –There was a day in early December when Maria Cruz thought she might not make it. “One morning my chest […] Full Article

Governor delivers ‘State of the State’ address, hopeful for a brighter future

–As California passes a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Gavin Newsom this week delivered his third State of the State address to the State […] Full Article

Over 200,000 education workers in California have been vaccinated in the past week

–California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced this week that, since the state began dedicating 10-percent of vaccine supply for education workers on March 1, over 200,000 […] Full Article

Report: State to allow theme parks, concert venues, stadiums to reopen soon

–CBS 13 Sacramento reports– — Californians will soon be able to go to Disneyland, baseball games, and even outdoor concerts again soon. State public health […] Full Article

Senator introduces legislation aimed to improve Employment Development Department

–State Senator John Laird (D – Santa Cruz), who serves as the Vice-Chair of the Joint Legislative Audit Committee, recently revealed SB 390. This bill […] Full Article

Medicaid funding will be expanded for COVID-19 testing for low-income students

–On the heels of announcing a $6.6 billion school reopening agreement with the Legislature, Governor Gavin Newsom announced that the Biden-Harris administration has approved California’s […] Full Article