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3 ways California is leading the country in digital rights

In the past, California has exerted something like a gravitational pull on the rest of the United States; in both legislation and civil liberties, where the Golden State goes — with its 12 percent of the U.S. population and 14 percent of the country’s GDP — the U.S. has often followed. Digital rights advocates can...CONTINUE READING
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San Francisco skies turn orange as wildfires return to Northern California

San Francisco took on a post-apocalyptic shade of orange, after smoke from Northern Californian wildfires reached the city on Sunday. Just under a year since the deadliest firestorms in state history, intense wildfire has returned to the region, fanned by high winds and hot temperatures. SEE ALSO: Flames once again return to California’s wine country...CONTINUE READING
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Democrat with financial ties to AT&T just gutted California’s net neutrality law

California lawmakers have the opportunity to pass a new law that would serve as the gold standard for true net neutrality protection across the country. But a Democratic assemblyman with financial ties to the telecommunications industry just gutted it. The California State Assembly Communications and Conveyance committee will likely vote on SB 822 on Wednesday,...CONTINUE READING
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Clouds are disappearing in Southern California, and we’re not totally sure why

Clouds above Los Angeles are vanishing. A new study recently published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters suggests that summer clouds over Southern California have dwindled as both increasing temperatures and heat-radiated from urban sprawl have driven clouds away. “Cloud cover is plummeting in southern coastal California,” Park Williams, a bioclimatologist at Columbia University and...CONTINUE READING
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Would you pay $700 for a digital license plate?

Even license plates are digital now. California is testing them in Sacramento, according to the Sacramento Bee. The license plates have e-ink displays, like Kindles, and they’re not cheap. SEE ALSO: People are losing faith in self-driving cars following recent fatal crashes Dealerships will charge $699 plus installation costs for the plates, which are made...CONTINUE READING
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Code for America wants to clear 250,000 marijuana convictions

Over the years Jennifer Pahlka has listened as discouraged people across America shared their stories of missed employment, education, financial, and housing opportunities with her. She’s comforted these individuals, gotten to know them, and learned that past marijuana convictions follow them in ways that make it impossible to move forward in life. “The things that...CONTINUE READING
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Starbucks apologizes for racial slur written on Latino customer’s cup

Less than two weeks before Starbucks is set to close its 8,000 company-owned stores for an afternoon of racial-bias training, the company issued yet another apology for a racist incident that occurred in one of its California stores. On Tuesday, at a Starbucks in La Cañada Flintridge, California, a Latino customer named Pedro reportedly had...CONTINUE READING
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Why glowing, bioluminescent waves have reappeared in California

Without notice, the waters off of California beaches will sometimes transform into a rusty-red color, driving surfers away.  It’s a massive, unpredictable bloom of single-celled, red plankton, and after an almost five-year absence, the red tide has again returned, and with it, glowing bioluminescent waves. SEE ALSO: The ice on Lake Michigan has turned blue....CONTINUE READING
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California says new homes must have solar panels, in push to go all-renewable

California just became the first state to require that all new homes be installed with solar panels, a continuation of its ambitious plans to completely wean itself off fossil fuels within two decades.  All five members of the California Energy Commission voted for the mandate Wednesday morning, which will go into effect on January 1,...CONTINUE READING
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