Asking California residents to cut back on water usage is a request that isn’t going to receive positive reactions.
Senate Bill 1141 would reduce the requirements needed for students to be exempt from paying nonresident tuition.
Assembly Bill 1919 was passed by the California State Assembly’s Committee on Transportation on April 4.
Getting back into pre-pandemic routines is going to be difficult, if not impossible, to get back into.
The COVID-19 pandemic had a dramatic effect on how people and for some this completely reshaped their daily routines.
Governor Newsom should sign SB357 into law.
Passing SB357 would repeal provisions of existing loitering laws that relate to loitering with the intent to commit prostitution.
California’s decision to lift the mask mandate on March 11 for schools is a bad decision.
The move comes as the number of reported cases in the state has been dwindling.
The new Omicron variant of COVID-19 is a serious cause for concern.
This could negatively affect vaccination efforts and the vaccines themselves. vaccination efforts and the vaccines themselves.
The Los Angeles City Council is right to put its foot down when tackling the homeless crisis.
With East Los Angeles College’s 75th anniversary, many students may find ELAC’s history in the political sphere interesting. The campus has hosted many political events such as rallies from presidential candidates, some as recent as last year, to debates for local races. ELAC even has a former professor currently serving as an elected United States Representative in Congress, former professor Judy Chu.