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GUEST COMMENTARY At six months, President Joe Biden faces a tough situation. The COVID issue has changed under his feet, passing his ambitious agenda with the flimsiest of legislative majorities will only get tougher, and public optimism is falling. Difficult political times could lie ahead.
According to Erica Jane Flores, development and communications director for People Helping People, WIGS members voted to donate more than $26,000 this year toward homelessness prevention, food insecurity, youth programming and family resource centers.
Nationwide, more communities are creating units in which mental health professionals are the main responders to psychiatric crises instead of cops, though no official count exists of the teams that are up and running.
GUEST COMMENTARY The bottom line: The polls were wrong, and they were consistently wrong in one direction, overstating Democratic support and understating Republican support. And the problem wasn't only about Trump.
CalMatters Commentary - Gov. Gavin Newsom repeatedly chants that California is “roaring back” from pandemic, but ignores the state’s stubborn socioeconomic problems.
Refuting voter fraud and the 'big lie'
GUEST COMMENTARY Common ground. Now there's a concept. And the best place to start looking for it is infrastructure spending. After all, Republicans also drive on bumpy roads, drink from rusty pipes and desire better broadband connections in rural areas.
Today is Tuesday, June 29, the 180th day of 2021. There are 185 days left in the year.
THOMAS ELIAS For the last 11 years, Democrats have controlled every statewide office in California, while gradually building their majorities in both houses of the state Legislature to levels significantly above the two-thirds needed to make Republicans irrelevant. But the instant the recall election against Gov. Gavin Newsom qualified for a vote this fall, things changed for the state’s Democrats.