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THOMAS ELIAS The top government lawyers from Texas, Ohio, West Virginia and others claim in their lawsuit that the waiver in the 1970 Clean Air Act giving California the right to regulate smog emissions from cars sold here “puts it on an uneven playing field compared to other states in violation of the interstate commerce clause of the Constitution," also giving this state unique power to regulate global climate change.
DENNIS BEAVER: The ferocious storms that continue to pummel California and much of the nation have resulted in massive insurance claims by thousands of business and property owners.
GUEST COMMENTARY When Fox News lawyers argue that a defeat in the Dominion case "would have grave consequences for journalism across this country," anyone who cares about a free and unfettered press should take that warning very seriously.
Commentary - Now that Oats, a brilliant coach and a certifiable moral idiot, has quit denying he'd ever noticed the stunt, we have his promise that it won't happen anymore.
CalMatters Commentary - The failure of Silicon Valley Bank struck California’s economically important high-tech industry while it was already facing difficult headwinds. The question is whether the bank’s failure is a harbinger of Silicon Valley’s decline.
CalMatters Commentary - Gov. Gavin Newsom wants to tweak the state’s program for improving educational outcomes of at-risk students, but his proposal doesn’t fix its fundamental flaws.
THOMAS ELIAS From the moment Gov. Gavin Newsom announced in January that his next budget plan would include a $2 billion cut in funding for building mass transit, there was bleating from many of California’s leading liberal legislators.
THOMAS ELIAS Merely eyeballing a pill does not reveal whether it’s impure, so patients who use morphine-related drugs and strong doses of anti-anxiety medications should make sure they get the Naloxone anti-dote that’s supposed to be available to them and keep some on hand.
Commentary - I have never regretted spending much of my youth studying "storybooks" — pretty much the only things besides ballgames, women and Chuck Berry that fascinated me back then.
DENNIS BEAVER: “Mr. Beaver, you would be amazed at the number of guests who completely ignore the rules that many parks have about selfie sticks."