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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 […]

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SLO County leaders ask for permission to reopen economy in letter to Gov. Newsom

A bipartisan coalition of elected officials in San Luis Obispo County sent a letter to California Gov. Gavin Newsom Monday, April 20, requesting permission to implement a phased reopening of the local economy. The letter asks for a science-based reopening over the course of three weeks, with direction from local public health officials. “Within a […]

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Gov. Newsom signs bill to allow student-athletes ability to be financially compensated for their likeness

Gov. Gavin Newsom defied the NCAA and many universities by signing a bill Monday, Sept. 30 that gives California student-athletes the opportunity to profit off their own likeness or image. The law goes into effect Jan. 1, 2023. SB-206 was signed into law by Newsom on LeBron James’ talk show “The Shop.” James, along with […]

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Cal Grant expansion tops list of college affordability bills: Track them here

California’s financial aid system could get its biggest overhaul in 20 years if a proposal backed by key Assembly Democrats becomes law. And that’s just one of a slew of college affordability bills in play this legislative session. Call it ‘The Year of the Struggling Student’: Concern about the nation’s $1.5 trillion in student debt, a […]

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Newsom’s budget proposal increases CSU funding, tuition will likely remain same

“It’s refreshing and exciting to see that Governor Newsom has dedicated much-needed funds to the community college, UC, and CSU systems – funds that will go towards further improving resources and accessibility for our students as they move towards obtaining their degrees,” ASI President Jasmin Fashami wrote to Mustang News.



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