Post graduation, some Cal Poly students aspire to obtain a Juris Doctor (JD) to pursue a career in the legal field; however, preparation for law school begins early during one’s […]
A bill drafted by Cal Poly students to increase housing cost transparency was signed into law Oct. 4 and will go into effect Jan. 1, 2020. The bill is an […]
California District Assemblymember Evan Low from Silicon Valley reintroduced an amendment to lower the voting age in California from 18 to 17. “It is our responsibility to inspire the […]
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on April 28 that would allow for the expansion of offshore oil and gas drilling along portions of the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans, […]
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An explanation of the travel ban issued by President Donald Trump.
Resident groups in San Luis Obispo are suggesting a keg registration due to loud noises from Cal Poly students.
Of 47 tobacco retailers surveyed in San Luis Obispo County, 14 sold tobacco to a minor decoy.
The San Luis Obispo City Council voted unanimously Tuesday in favor of Police Chief Deborah Linden’s proposal that would allow for stricter enforcement and administration of noise violations in the city.
San Luis Obispo Police Chief Deb Linden is proposing amendments to the city’s noise regulations at a special city council meeting at 4:30 p.m. at San Luis Obispo City Hall, 990 Palm Street.
I cannot think of a more important document when it comes to politics, our rights, and what the United States stands for than the United States Constitution.