By Dan Bacher | March 29 ,2015 |
Environmental and human rights activists, holding plastic “torches” and “pitchforks,” formed human barricades at both entrances to the Nestlé Waters bottling plant in Sacramento at 5:00 a.m. on Friday March 20, effectively shutting down the company's operations for the day.
As one who has encouraged the city to get behind the use of social engagement and other such tools to facilitate public dialogue I am somewhat sympathetic to the city here. One the other hand, pumping up survey results to bolster public policy in a town like Davis is fraught with risk. The Vanguard...
Greetings from Florida where it’s neither sunny nor warm. In fact, it’s colder here than there. While I understand that there are some who believe that this isn’t the time to have a public policy discussion – the Vanguard is primarily about public policy. So let me pause for a moment and offer my...
The scale of the dispute about Native American artifacts found in Sutter County is virtually unprecedented for all involved.
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A bill introduced by area Assemblyman James Gallagher to require rules put forth to further the Global Warming Solutions Act be approved by the Legislature has died in committee.
Students looking to pet a pig, goat or bunny or hoping to learn where their food comes from are in luck.
Army Vietnam veteran Roy Bourg was welcomed home in 1968 with a barrage of spit after he touched down in Sacramento.
Squinting their eyes against the bright morning sun, Arboga Elementary students lined up before class on Friday for a monthly flag assembly at the Yuba County school.