In the current political climate, very few people remain apathetic. If you have any thoughts or opinions about the current state of affairs in our country – state or local government – the way to have your voice heard is with a ballot. By filling out a ballot you are standing up and making your […]
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California Proposition 12, the Farm Animal Confinement Initiative, will work toward allowing farm animals the proper space to move while being raised for consumption.
On Nov. 6, California voters have a chance to deal a blow to the state’s homeless problem with Proposition 2.
Throughout America’s relatively short history certain groups have had to fight for their right to vote. Less than a century ago, women were not allowed to have their voices heard in government elections and decision making, and racial minorities faced unfair and discriminatory practices that barred their votes from reaching ballot boxes.
Democrats are armed and ready to take to fill voting polls June 5 to make sure California stays blue and anti-Trump.
Cynthia Nixon has made legalizing marijuana her priority in her campaign for governor of New York. Along with the legalization of pot, Nixon wants to see reparations for those who have already been charged with crimes involving marijuana. Nixon believes this would be a step in the right direction for the criminal justice system and […]
California Secretary of State Alex Padilla announced that the secession ballot proposal was cleared to gather signatures to be put on the ballot April 23. The proposal, which needs to garner 365,880 signatures, requires a special election to be held May 2021 to decide if California should secede from the union and form an independent […]
Although voter suppression in the 2016 presidential election was massively overlooked, and even mocked, this is a real and serious issue that led to the unfortunate and unfair election of Donald Trump.
In a Trump era marked by a war against the press and a real threat of misinformation muddying the media landscape, millennials are subscribing to print and online editions of reputable newspapers and magazine in record numbers – supporting and preserving quality journalism. Even when tons of free information is available online, many millennials are […]
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Sept. 27 that will move the primary elections from June to March in an attempt to claim more attention from presidential candidates.