Earlier this month, Gov. Jerry Brown approved AB 499, allowing children as young as 12 years old to get vaccinated against sexually transmitted infections such as human papillomavirus without parental consent. It’s a simultaneous slap in the face to parents and kickback for special interest groups.
On Oct. 9, a California bill allowing minors to receive vaccinations against human papillomavirus without parental consent was signed into law.
As of July 1 next year, just weeks before the start of a new school year, illegal immigrants will be eligible to receive state-funded financial aid in California.
When Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 130, the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act, better known as the Dream Act, into law he unleashed a storm of controversy.
I’ve never felt my right to light up more infringed than it is now.
I’ve heard quite a few complaints from smokers regarding San Diego State’s new, strikingly titled “Smoking in Designated Areas Policy,” which went into effect August 22.
Managing Editor, Beth Elderkin, on the $50k raise president Hirshman recently received.
Opinion Editor, Chris Pocock, on why Hirshman’s salary should not have been raised.