The 60/40 Group, which was created in March 2021, meets weekly and is made up of like-minded business people who promote each other’s businesses, as well as the community.(Aug. 2, 2022) → Read the full The Union report
For those living in wildfire-ravaged regions, help might be on the way. Covered California recently announced an application window for victims of wildfires, as well as those who live in fire-prone regions, to apply for assistance.(July 28, 2022) → Read the full YubaNet report
California’s first-in-the-nation task force to identify reparations said business loans, housing grants, tuition, wage and job protections could provide redress for African Americans.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s new CARE Court plan aims to get homeless Californians experiencing mental health problems into treatment and off the street. But can it actually work?
Californians have the perfect opportunity to remember César Chávez by making March 31 a day of service.
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About 1.8 million veterans live in California. Here are some organizations dedicated to serving the needs of those who served America.
California’s history of people getting directly involved in the affairs of government dates back more than a century, but it has sometimes been coopted by business and other interests.
California Local gives a voice to community volunteers—and the business leaders who make their work possible.
California will become the first state in the nation to provide monthly basic income payments to millions of residents, after the legislature passed a $35 million bill.