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Legislative Inaction Could be Disastrous for News Industry

A recent California Supreme Court decision combined with inaction by the legislature could spell disaster for the newspaper industry and the communities newspapers serve. Last year, California’s high court overruled its own 30-year-old precedent and declared that workers can only maintain independent contractor status if a business and contractor can pass a three-part test known […]

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Benefits Rule Change Punishes Families And Children For Being Poor

The Trump administration  has announced it will move forward with imposing extra conditions to those who want to adjust their immigration status, ruling them out of the process if they use publicly-funded benefits such as food stamps.  The so-called public charge rule will hurt vulnerable communities, those with limited means who will have to choose […]

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Trump’s White Nationalist ‘Invasion’ Rhetoric Yields Deadly Results

Gun violence has ripped apart the peace and comity of three American communities this week: Gilroy, CA; El Paso, TX; and Dayton, OH. We extend our support and encouragement to all who mourn, and we especially recognize that among them may be terrified undocumented families who desperately need our protection.  The white nationalism infecting the […]

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Biggest UCLA Scandal is Not Bribing Coaches

“College admissions scandal: UCLA Men’s Soccer Coach Jorge Salcedo resigns in wake of bribery allegations.” Ho-hum … another UCLA athletic scandal. UCLA men’s soccer coach Jorge Salcedo resigned in the wake of his alleged involvement in accepting $200,000 in bribes to help enroll two players using fake athletic profiles, an athletic department official confirmed. Incredulously, […]