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Oil Production Blues

By Tom Frantz California’s 140-year-old oil company, Chevron, has been in the spotlight recently in Kern County. It is not good news. Chevron is in the process of losing a significant chunk of the [...] Continue Reading

AB 617 Not Working

B Tom Frantz In 2017, the California legislature extended cap-and-trade (AB 398) until 2030 as the key mechanism for reducing California’s greenhouse gas emissions. Major emitters of CO2 must buy [...] Continue Reading

Action Needed Now on Family Shelters

By Kayla Moon A homeless mother is mourning the loss of her three-month-old daughter who died in a Fresno motel. According to the Fresno County Coroner’s report, the cause of death is believed to [...] Continue Reading

A Family’s Journey

By Dez Martinez Naszar’ie Maray Butler Sunrise: April 3, 2019 Sunset: July 14, 2019  Akifa and Denny (mother and father) became homeless in October 2018 in Fresno. Akifa looked for [...] Continue Reading