Manufacturers hoping to sell vehicles in California will have to get serious in their efforts to improve the efficiency and cost of electric vehicles. According to an executive order signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom Wednesday, sale of new gas-powered passenger vehicles will be banned in the state after 2035. Medium-
Update 4/29: Heather Knight at the Chronicle has some excellent breaking news about this: Thankfully, because of our state and local governments’ quick work shutting things down, California hasn’t been as hard hit as other states by the COVID-19 Pandemic. That said, everyone is wondering when the restrictions will
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Guest post by: Ian Firstenberg On January 23 San Francisco Mayor London Breed endorsed former NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg for president. While this came as somewhat of a shock to local media and obsessive media consumers, it echoes a centrist policy of perceived pragmatism coming from the Bay Area. This
As recently as 2009, California was virtually broke. Facing a $24 billion deficit on a budget of approximately $100 million, the state furloughed employees, paid I.O.U.’s instead of tax refunds, and used every type of financial chicanery to move stuff around. At one point, the deficit was feared to be
Bay Area legislators have been urging the governor to snap it up before someone else does.
Donald J. Trump stopped by California Tuesday to reach into pockets and while he was in town with some of his wealthier fans here, he took the opportunity to announce his intention to roll over some state’s rights, which he followed up on the very next day. Wednesday, Trump revoked
Elections Hit the Bay, Trump Hit the Russia Investigation, Another Shooting and a Man Who Should Not Be Forgotten
This is your special edition weekly news wrap for the Bay and beyond, bringing you local election results, the story of a man who should not be forgotten, some pretty important stories that popped up in the the last 24 hours and a couple ideas of how you can shake
Marijuana may be legal for everyone in California the morning of January 1, 2017. You wouldn’t even need a referral card — any Californian over 21 would be able to legally purchase, possess and carry cannabis from the delivery service or dispensary of their choice, just like Colorado, Washington and now Oregon