California lawmakers from both major parties pushed Tuesday for a closer look at technology and security mishaps in last year’s launch of the state’s new voter registration system at the Department of Motor Vehicles. “We have to get to the bottom of this as quickly […]
It won’t arrive in time for this wet winter, but hopes are rising that Central Valley politicians will soon deliver on one of their top political goals in recent years: investment in California water storage. Bills introduced last week by Bakersfield Republicans in Sacramento and […]
Gavin Newsom told Californians that High Speed Rail is mismanaged and full of problems. Now he changed his story and is framing it as something else. Let’s be honest with the public and stop this flawed project.
By CONOR FRIEDERSDORF The California State Capitol in Sacramento, Calif. on Aug. 30, 2016. (Gary Coronado / Los Angeles Times) For 50 years, California law has required government agencies to make most records available to the public upon request, in keeping with the notion that the […]
By The San Diego Union-Tribune Editorial Board The California Public Records Act, passed in 1968, generally requires that most government agencies respond within 10 days to a request for public records. But at times, for decades, the intent and the letter of the law have been ignored. […]