Sacramento considers a "right to housing" for people without homes

Jan 3, 2022
If the city lacks enough homeless housing, the proposal would allow a homeless person to sue. But short-term shelter must be accepted.
A homeless man adjusts a tent at a Sacramento encampment in 2009. Today, more than 11,000 people are homeless in the California capital.
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How do you report sexual harassment in politics when there's no HR?

Nov 9, 2017
Lobbyist Jodi Hicks says she thinks change is coming, but I think "it's going to be uncomfortable along the way."
Most provisions of SB 731, which was signed into law recently, will go into effect in July.
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California's budget issue: What to do with all this money?

Jan 10, 2014
Gov. Jerry Brown wants the state to pay down some of the debts it piled up during the bad years.

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