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GUEST COMMENTARY As we celebrate Juneteenth this year, the promise of freedom alone isn’t enough to move us forward. Instead, we need to celebrate it every year with sustained action and investment to repair the inequality that even a general and his troops 150 years ago were not able to deliver.
THOMAS ELIAS If politicians wanted to kill rooftop solar energy production in California, they could not find a better vehicle than a proposed new law known as Assembly Bill 1139.
GUEST COMMENTARY The state must increase grant funding to help communities invest in much-needed broadband technology.
CalMatters Commentary - California is borrowing billions of dollars from the federal government to cover unemployment insurance benefits to jobless workers, but how it will be repaid remains uncertain.
FRESNO — As part of its ongoing mission to support entrepreneurs and small businesses, the Valley Community Small Business Development Center …
Santa Maria should address youth alcohol, pot access
H. Dennis Beaver: “All of my employees are overweight and several, morbidly obese, including me. When photos of people who die from COVID are shown on the news, almost all are obese and that scares me.”
H. Dennis Beaver: “Mr. Beaver, I am finally starting to earn real money in my medical practice but don’t know the first thing about investing. I need concrete advice on handling money, building wealth, but don’t want to become a slave to money."
DENNIS BEAVER - Before spending 10 cents with any invention promotion company, spend 10 minutes with Google “Scam prevention USPTO.” (United States Patent Office) Additionally, Google “FTC Invention Promotion Scams.” You will find one horror story after another, millions of dollars stolen and enough heartbreak for a Netflix documentary.
It’s virtually a sure thing the split roll will return in the next general election, with a different number and a different ballot description, but the same mission of revising current property tax law to make business property owners pay more of the freight.