News Clips

Our running list of CA Fwd news coverage, alongside selected items on reform in California.

We should all care about the rise in Inland Empire poverty: Guest commentary

Caring about the issue of poverty in our region does not come naturally to all of us. For some, protecting our own interests is a stronger motivator. Read more

California’s roads: Why pay more but get less?

Next time you’re stuck in traffic on the way home from work, think about what sitting in traffic is costing you and other drivers. Our state’s population is booming but the availability of roads is simply not keeping pace with growing demand. Read more

Poll finds Californians back smaller water bond

A slim majority of likely California voters support an $11.1 billion water bond slated for the November ballot, but public support would grow if the bond comes with a smaller price-tag, according to survey results released late Wednesday. Read more

Property taxes could pay for $25 billion Delta tunnels without public vote

Major water districts in California are quietly considering using property taxes -- and possibly raising them without a vote of the public -- to help fund Gov. Jerry Brown's $25 billion plan to build two massive tunnels through the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. Read more

Chuck Schumer is wrong about the top two primary

In an op-ed in Tuesday’s New York Times, Sen. Charles E. Schumer of New York called for an end to partisan primaries and the implementation of a top-two system nationwide, asserting that such a change would lessen the historic level of polarization between Democrats and Republicans. Read more

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