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City Of Berkeley Bans Gendered Words Like ‘Manhole’ And ‘Manpower’ From Code Book

City Of Berkeley Bans Gendered Words Like ‘Manhole’ And ‘Manpower’ From Code Book

By CHUCK ROSS, Investigative Reporter . One of California’s most liberal cities voted Tuesday to revamp its city code book by replacing terms like “manhole” and “manpower” with gender-neutral terms. The Berkeley City Council voted to replace around three dozen terms found in the municipal code. Terms like “policeman,” “policewoman,” “chairwoman” and “chairman” will be changed, as […]

Does the California Teachers Association (CTA) Represent the Majority of Teachers’ Views?

Does the California Teachers Association (CTA) Represent the Majority of Teachers’ Views?

    By Brenda Lebsack Note: The following article represents my personal opinions and does not necessarily represent the views of Orange Unified School Board or the Santa Ana Unified School District. When controversies arise regarding education, it is important to understand that teachers are a diverse group of people in every way. We are […]

California State Auditor Announces More Than 5,500 Applications Submitted for 2020 Citizens Redistricting Commission

California State Auditor Announces More Than 5,500 Applications Submitted for 2020 Citizens Redistricting Commission

The California State Auditor announced today more than 5,500 Californians have submitted an application to serve on the 2020 Citizens Redistricting Commission, of which 4,723 are tentatively eligible. The announcement comes just three weeks before the initial application period ends on August 9. “I am pleased to see that more than 5,500 Californians are ready […]

New Report Reveals California Cities Struggling with Massive Rat Infestations

New Report Reveals California Cities Struggling with Massive Rat Infestations

San Diego and Los Angeles, CA – Leading experts in public health and vector pest control today released an explosive report showing an explosion in the rodent population in California cities across the state and a spike in dangerous diseases such as Typhus.  “California is being overrun by rodents – and without immediate emergency action […]

Here Are The Details On California’s Sex Education

Here Are The Details On California’s Sex Education

Mary Margaret Olohan  | Social Issues Reporter   The California Board of Education, Planned Parenthood, and the ACLU created and implemented a progressive sex education and gender theory agenda. Students are shown sexually explicit content from kindergarten through 12th grade.  Topics include fisting, blood play, masturbation, oral sex, and more.   The California Board of Education […]

Governor Signs Bill Establishing Statewide Translation Standards for Ballots

Governor Signs Bill Establishing Statewide Translation Standards for Ballots

Sacramento – State Treasurer Fiona Ma today thanked Governor Gavin Newsom for signing legislation that will change how a candidate’s name is translated and listed on local ballot. Until now, California law requires the translation of ballots and ballot materials into languages other than English but there has been no statewide translation standards for candidates […]

Despite crackdown, is state losing ground in vaccination push?

Despite crackdown, is state losing ground in vaccination push?

By Chris Reed Four years into a crackdown on high numbers of California students going unvaccinated because of claimed concerns over vaccine risks, new statisticsfrom the 2018-2019 school year show that 10 percent or more of the students in 117 kindergartens and 5 percent or more of those at 1,500 other kindergartens do not have their […]

Ineligible Persons Registered to Vote in California Nearing One Million

Ineligible Persons Registered to Vote in California Nearing One Million

Santa Clarita, Calif. – There are still eight counties where the total number of registered voters exceeds the number of eligible citizens. Election Integrity Project California, Inc. (EIPCa) added together each California county’s Active and Inactive-status registrants listed in the state’s VoteCal registration database of February 8, 2019 and compared these figures to the Secretary […]

Will utility rates go up? What California’s $26 billion wildfire plan means for you

Will utility rates go up? What California’s $26 billion wildfire plan means for you

BY BRYAN ANDERSON California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed off on a $26 billion plan on Friday to address the state’s ongoing wildfire threats. The comprehensive plan, which sped through the Capitol in less than a week, aims to offer a timetable for reimbursing past wildfire victims following PG&E’s decision to declare bankruptcy earlier this year. It also establishes […]

Utility customers will pay $10.5 billion for California wildfire costs under bill sent to Newsom

Utility customers will pay $10.5 billion for California wildfire costs under bill sent to Newsom

By TARYN LUNA Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected to sign legislation Friday to overhaul how the state pays for utility wildfire damage — a complex bill the governor championed and moved swiftly through the California Legislature this week at Wall Street’s urging. The bill’s passage was a political victory for the governor, but some questioned whether […]

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