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Good News from the Pesticide Front

The fight to protect California residents, especially those who live near agricultural fields, from the negative effects of pesticides is far from over, but it is important to pause and take stock of [...] Continue Reading

A Ticking Bomb in Arvin-Lamont

On June 13, nine persons from various communities met virtually to hear updates about a project that will help them improve the indoor air quality in their homes. Although getting filters for their [...] Continue Reading

Lanare: Free of a Major Dump Site!

Have you ever heard of Lanare? If you have not, you are not alone. Most people ignore that Lanare is a small unincorporated community 24 miles southwest of the city of Fresno. Despite its small [...] Continue Reading

Setback Zones from Oil and Gas Approved

As Mexicans, we have always celebrated Sept. 16 because it is Mexico’s Independence Day. But Sept. 16, 2022, had a new meaning for us and 3 million other California residents. Why? Because Governor [...] Continue Reading

Time to Put a Stop to Oil Drilling

According to the latest report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published on April 4, the world must quickly and radically cut its dependence on fossil fuels or face disaster. [...] Continue Reading