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Essay: Demolishing history

Sacramento is changing and preservationists are outnumbered By James Peyton The Wong Family Benevolent Association on Broadway at 17th Street has looked about the same…


Essay: The right road

Sacramento should copy Seattle and add lots more buses By Benjamin Etgen Not long ago, a region choked with traffic was uncertain about its future….



Essay: Cannabis, crime and corruption

Retail bans and license limits are bad for marijuana legalization By Diane Goldstein Recently, Sacramento’s cannabis market was embroiled in an international scheme involving Andrey…


Essay: A display of hate

Sacramento rabbi questions a display at the public library By Reuven H. Taff I have always been infatuated with libraries. As a young child, growing…



Essay: Empowering women

Women of color and transgender Californians are underrepresented in government By Surina Khan The importance of the 2020 presidential election cannot be overstated. The decisions…


Essay: A powerful sisterhood

Women in the Legislature are leading the way to help California families By Toni G. Atkins Former President Barack Obama said something in December that…


Essay: A powerful agenda

SMUD’s new president outlines 2020 to-do list By Rob Kerth My six colleagues on the Sacramento Municipal Utility District board have afforded me quite an…