Posts Tagged: return
An illustration of cloud computer linkages over L.A. at night. (Photo: TierneyCJ, via Shutterstock)
OPINION: COVID-19 has tested our mettle and shined a light on long-held systematic deficiencies, forcing a re-prioritization of our “policy to-do list. “While the lack of equitable broadband accesshas served as a barrier to innovation, opportunity and connection among Californians for more than two decades, this inequity has caused more harm in one year of a pandemic than in the previous 25.
Patients waiting to see the doctor. (Photo: Monkey Business Images)
Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) – of which there are nearly 130 in the state — have long served as the safety net for California’s most vulnerable residents living in both urban and rural communities. Yet, as we look into the future, that net is fraying.
OPINION: There is a growing consensus among Americans from all political persuasions and walks of life that we must replace ineffective, unfair and expensive incarceration practices with new, smarter approaches to keeping communities safe.
Dear Big Daddy,
You’re a Democrat and you’re old, so what’s your take on The Return of Jerry Brown?
–Intrigued in Indio
I thought that after hanging around the Capitol for so many years, there was nothing left that could amaze me. But he’s managed to do it.
He was down and