We need some good news. This is some. For the first time in over 100 years, a gray wolf has been spotted in Giant Sequoia National Monument in southern California,.
Good stuff coming from the California legislature these days on labor issues: The California Legislature is moving to require employers to compensate food service employees for the cost of food.
One of the top legislative goals for labor intellectuals and radicals (more so than I think for actual labor leaders) has been to get strikers eligible for unemployment benefits. This.
Rachel Cohen with a great piece on how California YIMBYs got unions on board. Today, though, a major sea change is happening across California, with some unions now either actively.
It's not really coincidental that so much of the actual violence over the so-called culture wars has taken place in the very liberal cities of the West Coast. As I.
Rachel Cohen has a good run-down of a recent study in California that did demographic data on the homeless. There are some interesting findings here: Their final report, the California.
Company housing for Mexican cotton pickers on a large ranch in Corcoran, California, 1940
The Sacramento flood of 1862.