Knowing public policy good business
By Loredana Carson As we go about our daily life, laws are being made, bills are being sponsored, government officials are grappling with problems and politicians are building their careers on issues that are of great importance to the business community. Everyone should pay attention to these public policy matters, but business leaders need more Read More →
Op/ed: ‘Leadership bills,’ a plan to get the Senate working again
Instead of a budget-based reconciliation, Congress needs a superbill the majority party could use as a filibuster-exempt legislative vehicle once a year.
Editorial: Gov. Brown is right about higher ed costs
The legislature needs to fund our flagship Cal Poly and allow measured expansion to 15,000 students at our emerging leader, CSUCI, in a manner fair to taxpayers and students.
Pension opponents won’t appeal court defeat
A proposal to overhaul Ventura County’s public pension system appears dead after the Ventura County Taxpayers Association said it will not appeal a judge’s Aug. 4 ruling that tossed the ballot measure.