The city of La Verne is considering giving up its locally controlled fire department and instead contracting with Los Angeles County Fire Department for the same service instead as a way of addressing staffing shortages and other problems that have impeded the La Verne Fire Department recently.
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Now that Proposition 22 has passed, app-based drivers could be looking at a future with little to no benefits and low wages.
The faculty of the history and political science department hosted a Zoom watch party for the last presidential debate Oct. 22.
The University’s Office of Civic and Community Engagement is helping students to become civically engaged by informing them of issues of the upcoming election and asking students why they vote in a campaign in partnership with the Andrew Goodman Foundation.
The California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls, with the California Secretary of State and California Women Lead, held a panel discussion on the importance of empowering women to vote on issues that affect them.
With only two weeks left until the election, it is essential that voters are informed of the most critical and impactful propositions on the California ballot. Every single proposition on the ballot will have lasting impacts on citizens across the state, and being correctly informed is key to voting on these issues.
Voting rights could be restored to people on parole for felony convictions in California through a measure on the Nov. 3 ballot.
Jacqueline Elizalde, a senior business administration major at the University, is running for mayor of Pomona in the Nov. 3 election.
In the first Supreme Court session after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito said in a statement that same-sex marriage will continue to have “ruinous consequences for religious liberty.”
California will have the toughest state restrictions on flavored tobacco in the country, thanks to a new law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Aug. 28.