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California voters reject rent control and employee rights for gig workers, but close Prop 13 loopholes and restore parolee...
With things like affirmative action, abolishment of cash bail, rent control and a referendum on Proposition 13 on the table, measures on California’s ballot had potential to be nearly...Read More
The Pleasant Hill City Council, which generally approves city budgets two years at a time, is poised to pass a one-year budget in light of the financial uncertainties presented...Read More
Covid-19 update: State to allow elective surgeries, widespread face covering orders take effect, activists use tech in Earth Day...
Stay-at-home orders did not stop activists and the rest of the world from celebrating the 50th year of Earth Day. The Earth Day network organized a 24-hour online day...Read More
Six years after closing amid budgetary struggles, Fire Station No. 16 in Lafayette is set to reopen this spring, and Fire Engine 16 and its crew have already moved...Read More
San Francisco’s controller has announced that The City will recognize a $415 million windfall thanks to excess property tax revenue. Assessor Carmen Chu, whose office assesses property values in...Read More