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Guest Editorial: Where our AIDS memorial really belongs

Posted: May 19th, 2017 | Guest Editorial, Opinion, Opinion & News | 1 Comment

By Morgan M. Hurley Having lived as an adult during the ghastly time of the AIDS epidemic, I was very encouraged several years ago when Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced the launch of an AIDS Memorial Task Force to ensure the creation of an AIDS memorial. I lost a very close friend to AIDS in San Diego after moving here in 1987, and remember the chaos, the fear and the isolation our community experienced in those […]

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Guest Editorial: How immigration status affects children

Posted: May 5th, 2017 | Guest Editorial, Opinion, Opinion & News | No Comments

Dr. Trish Hatch Studies show there are more than 11 million people currently residing in the United States that do not have legal status or authorization from the government to be here. Of that 11 million, about 3.9 of them are children. Children, at no fault of their own, are at great risk regarding the impacts of deportation, with the total numbers of “undocumented” parents — one or both — rising for children K-12. In a […]

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Guest Editorial: Earth Day allows us to renew our commitment to the environment

Posted: April 21st, 2017 | Guest Editorial, Opinion, Opinion & News | No Comments

By Rep. Susan A. Davis Earth Day, April 22, takes on added significance this year as we are seeing environmental protections established by President Barack Obama being rolled back. Using an obscure and seldom-used law, the Congressional Review Act (CRA), congressional Republicans and the Trump administration have been overturning a number of environmental protections. These protections relate to clean air and clean water, protection of wildlife, and reducing pollution. Enacted in 1996, the CRA allows […]

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Guest Editorial: How renters can personalize living spaces

Posted: April 7th, 2017 | Guest Editorial, Opinion, Opinion & News | No Comments

By Molly Kirkland Compared to owning, one of the biggest disadvantages of renting a home is that you’re limited in the ways you can modify and customize your living space. But being a renter doesn’t mean you have to settle for blank walls, ugly lighting and bland colors. There are many creative ways to spruce up your space and make it your own, all while preserving your security deposit and keeping the landlord happy.

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Guest Editorial: How I’m tackling my top priorities in Sacramento

Posted: March 10th, 2017 | Guest Editorial, Opinion & News | No Comments

By Sen. Toni G. Atkins The 2017 legislative session is well underway, and I am pursuing several of my top priorities while at the same time joining my colleagues in making sure that California remains a national leader in environmental protection and access to quality health care, and serves as a beacon of compassion and inclusiveness when it comes to human rights.

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