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Prop 1 Passing is a win for California, but we can’t forget our neighbors

Soon after the Supreme Court overturned the right to privacy when it comes to women’s health, state politicians began arguing for and against abortion rights, birth control access and sex education for the citizens residing under their control.  With abortion rights being included on some ballots, citizens could decide whether or not they wanted to […]

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Legislation sponsored by Governor Newsom to hold gun industry accountable moves forward

On April 5, the California State Judiciary Committee passed SB 1327, a piece of ‘private right of action’ legislation that enables private citizens to hold the gun industry accountable through civil litigation for the proliferation of illegal firearms. Modeled after Texas’s abortion law, SB 1327 allows private citizens to bring civil action against any person […]

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California Schools Still Will Require Masks Even After Mandate is Lifted

California Health and Human Services (HSS) announced Monday via a press conference that, despite the change in masking requirements for vaccinated individuals indoors, students and teachers in California schools are required to continue wearing masks regardless of vaccination status.  Although we are “getting to a place where we can relax state-wide masking requirements,” Secretary Mark […]

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Gavin Newsom might be removed from office: Here’s what you need to know about California’s recall election

In a special election on Tuesday, Sept. 14, California registered voters will decide whether to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom.  The official voter information guide lists the proponent’s statement of reasons for the recall, in addition to Gov. Newsom’s response. The proponent’s recall arguments list reasons ranging from a general distrust of Gov. Newsom to dislike […]