Don't miss out, subscribe to our mailing list!

Columns

Open-enrollment headache again strikes Covered CA
  If you thought the rollout of Obamacare was problematic last year, this year could be worse -- including its implementation here, called Covered California. State officials are still struggling to clear a huge backlog of Medi-Cal applications from the past year, while legislators field ...
CARB rejects delay for ‘hidden gas tax’
  The California Air Resources Board rejected pleas at its latest meeting to delay bringing transportation fuels into the cap-and-trade program – despite arguments that it will result in higher gas prices, cost thousands of jobs and harm the state’s poorest residents. Cap-and-trade wa...
SEC commissioner warns of financial crisis
  Much of the country, and especially California, has yet to fully recover from the Great Recession, which officially ended in June 2009. But recent federal government actions may be leading us into another financial crisis. That was the warning from Securities and Exchange Commissioner D...
Counties vie for ‘disadvantaged’ cap-and-trade bucks
  In the fictional town of Lake Woebegon, all of the children are above average. But in the real world of California, all of the counties are disadvantaged. Or so it seemed at a recent California Air Resources Board meeting as officials from all over the state poor-mouthed their districts...
Covered CA dissects Prop. 45, doesn’t oppose it
  Officials at the Covered California insurance exchange, the state's implementation of Obamacare, worry passage of Prop. 45 could damage its operations, potentially affecting insurance coverage for millions of Californians. But the board has chosen not to notify California voters of th...
Page 2 of 1212345...10...Last »