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California’s Vote-by-Mail Election Push is Both Praised and Put Down

If you’re a registered voter in California, expect to receive a ballot from your county elections officials in the mail for the Nov. 3,...

Blunt Trauma: Cop Beats Black Teen Over Cigar, Sparking Outrage and...

A shocking video of a police officer beating a 14-year-old African American boy over a Swisher tobacco cigarette is being shared across social media platforms around...

State Sets Bail to Zero for Misdemeanors and Some Lower-Level...

In an effort to protect the safety and health of the citizens of California, the state’s Judicial Council set bail to zero for non-violent...

Your Taxes, Cash Flow and COVID-19 Crisis: an Interview With BOE...

A little over one year ago, members of the California Board of Equalization (BOE) unanimously selected Malia M. Cohen, former president of the San...

COVID-19: The Dangers of Underlying Health Conditions for African Americans

As if having to monitor their blood sugar wasn’t enough of a concern, people with diabetes are more likely to develop complications from coronavirus....

Expired License or Registration? You Got 60 More Days to...

To comply with health officials’ recommendations regarding COVID-19, the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is allowing customers a 60-day extension for license or...

Bedside Baptist Has Taken on a Whole New Meaning Due to...

Usually, it’s come as you are, but this past Sunday the message to parishioners of African-American churches across the Golden State was to tune...

Gov. Gavin Newsom Appoints African American Woman to Lead Government Operations

Last week, Gov. Gavin Newsom appointed Yolanda Richardson, 49, secretary of the Government Operations Agency. Sacramento insiders call it  “GovOps” for short. If the state...

Major Housing Bill Dies in State Senate

After a two-hour debate last Wednesday, the state senate voted 18 to 15 to reject SB 50, a housing zoning bill Sen. Scott Wiener...

California Assembly Elects First Women as Chief Clerk and Parliamentarian

The California Assembly made history when it elected the first woman to serve as Chief Clerk and Parliamentarian Jan. 9, 2020, for a two-year...
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