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Shop LOCAL This Year To Help Businesses That Care 

Shop LOCAL This Year To Help Businesses That Care 

The holiday shopping season typically kicks off on Black Friday, but with shipping delays, global supply chain issues, and large crowds expected at big-name retailers, experts are urging shoppers to shop early and shop local. Although online shopping has become the norm for many during the pandemic, supporting neighborhood businesses is convenient, reduces your environmental […]

Different Perspective: How Threat-Free Are Americans from Covid-19?

Different Perspective: How Threat-Free Are Americans from Covid-19?

by Jon Sanders At present, based on the most recent government data, only about three Americans in a thousand could conceivably transmit Covid-19 to someone. In other words, nearly 99.7 percent of people in the United States are currently no threat to anyone of spreading the virus. And despite the large case count, 24 out […]

New Program Mapper Steers Ventura County Community College Students To A Career

New Program Mapper Steers Ventura County Community College Students To A Career

Camarillo, Calif.—Choosing a major that leads to a rewarding career can be overwhelming for students. But it doesn’t have to be that way. The Ventura County Community College District just introduced Program Mapper, an innovative, detailed visual course guide that allows students to explore future work possibilities, while simultaneously showing them the required courses and […]

Since The Second World War A Plan Has Been Worked Out To Manipulate The Minds Of Mankind Through Media.

Since The Second World War A Plan Has Been Worked Out To Manipulate The Minds Of Mankind Through Media.

by David Sorensen | Stop World Control The best experts of Nazi Germany in the field of ‘mind control’ were brought to America. From America the strategy started to systematically change literally everything humanity thinks and believes.  The goal was to make sure mankind could be controlled IN THEIR OWN MINDS. Tell them what we want […]

Landmark California Law Bans ‘Forever Chemicals’ In Products For Infants, Children

Landmark California Law Bans ‘Forever Chemicals’ In Products For Infants, Children

by Monica Amarelo SACRAMENTO, Calif. – In a major victory for consumers, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed legislation today to protect infants and children from the toxic “forever chemicals” known as PFAS by banning the compounds in cribs, playpens, and many other products. The ban takes effect on July 1, 2023.  Authored by Assemblymember Laura Friedman […]

California Is 10th Most Impacted By Pandemic-Driven Travel Restrictions

California Is 10th Most Impacted By Pandemic-Driven Travel Restrictions

Mike LaFirenza The spread of COVID-19’s Delta variant has been a significant step backward in the U.S.’s efforts to fight off the coronavirus pandemic. Cases and hospitalizations reached their highest levels since last winter and could rise again this winter, with large portions of the population still unvaccinated and fall’s cooler temperatures and indoor gatherings […]

Controller Yee Updates State Retiree Health Care Liability

Controller Yee Updates State Retiree Health Care Liability

SACRAMENTO – The state’s net liability for retiree health and dental benefits is now $95.19 billion, according to a report published today by State Controller Betty T. Yee. The liability represents the present-day cost to provide health and dental benefits to state retirees and their dependents earned as of June 30, 2020 – one of the state’s largest […]

Ventura County Public Works Agency Appoints New Director Of Roads & Transportation

Ventura County Public Works Agency Appoints New Director Of Roads & Transportation

(VENTURA COUNTY) – Ventura County Public Works Agency (VCPWA) has named retired U.S. Navy’s Civil Engineer Corps’ Chris Kurgan, to the position of Director of Roads & Transportation. In his new role Chris will oversee the building, operating, and maintaining of the public’s billion-dollar investment in the county road system. He will also be responsible for the public transit needs for […]

California Spends The 4th Most On Welfare

California Spends The 4th Most On Welfare

In its first year, the Biden Administration has embarked on an aggressive domestic agenda intended to offer a variety of economic support to lower and middle class Americans. The American Rescue Plan, passed in March, included direct payments to U.S. households, new investments into safety net programs like food stamps and unemployment, and increases to […]

California Is 20th Least Dependent On Federal Aid

California Is 20th Least Dependent On Federal Aid

For many Americans, the federal government’s packages to stimulate the economy during the COVID-19 pandemic are notable for the direct relief they have offered to individual households, like stimulus checks and expanded unemployment benefits. But these bills have also brought unprecedented levels of federal investment into state and local governments. One of the major features […]

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