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Newsom challengers begin their campaigns for governor in California’s recall election 5/6/21

#tag Newsom Challengers: (The Center Square) – Republicans and other challengers to Gov. Gavin Newsom in an upcoming recall election have begun to launch their campaign ads. In Sacramento, Republican businessman John Cox launched his campaign with a 1,000-pound Kodiak bear...

Breaking News: Gov. Newsom announces plan to fully reopen California on June 15

California will move away from its color-coded tier system that regulates closures and openings county-by-county, the governor said while visiting San Francisco. The whole state will enter into this phase at the same time. The governor's announcement comes as California...

Newsom recall effort reaches nearly 2 million signatures 3/8/21

(The Center Square) – Hundreds of protestors gathered Sunday outside the state Capitol building in Sacramento after the RecallGavin2020 campaign announced it had gathered more than 1.9 million signatures to force a special election to recall Democratic Gov. Gavin...

Under Newsom, California sees population decline for first time in more than century-1/19/21

Under Newsom, California population is  declining . (The Center Square) – California, the state that has led population growth nationally for the last 170 years, reported a population loss under Gov. Gavin Newsom for the first time since 1850, according...

Newsom recall reaches 60 percent of goal over holiday with two months to deadline

(The Center Square) – With roughly two months to its signature deadline, the Recall Gov. Gavin Newsom petition reached 60 percent of its required signatures by New Year’s Eve, surpassing 911,000 verified signatures. To be added to a ballot, 1,495,709 signatures are...

California Lawmakers to Newsom: Give All Immigrants Health Coverage

Angela Hart SACRAMENTO — California Democratic lawmakers so far have failed to convince Gov. Gavin Newsom that the state can afford to spend an estimated $2.6 billion a year to expand its Medicaid program to all unauthorized immigrants. Now, they’re trying...

Hard Lives Made Harder by COVID: Homeless Endure a ‘Slow-Moving Train Wreck’

Anna Maria Barry-Jester and Angela Hart October 9, 2020 CALEXICO, Calif. — The message wasn’t lost on Daniel Gonzalez. Early in the pandemic, one of the first things Imperial County did to ward off the virus was close the public bathrooms and,...

California continues to have the highest poverty level in the nation

(The Center Square) – California has the highest level of functional poverty in the U.S., according to U.S. Census Bureau data. “California’s political leaders talk of the ‘utopia’ they are building,” State Rep. Kevin Kiley, R-Rocklin, said. “A new Census...

California hits lowest coronavirus positivity rate yet as fitness centers fight to reopen

(The Center Square) – Several sets of new data appear to show California has turned the corner in its ongoing battle against the spread of coronavirus. Public health officials said Monday that just 3.5 percent of tests over the past...

Disaster work is often carried out by prisoners – who get paid as little as 14 cents an hour despite dangers

J. Carlee Purdum, Texas A&M University Efforts to beat back wildfires ravaging Western states in the U.S. have been hampered this year by depleted numbers of “orange angels” – incarcerated workers deployed as firefighters. Their lower numbers coincide with the early...
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Remarkable -Biden calling Republicans fascists is like the pot calling the kettle black 8/28/22

At a rally in front of Democratic donors, President Joe Biden called out those he labels as extreme Republicans,...
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