California collected more than 1.2 million pounds of batteries through the Call2Recycle program in 2018 – making California the number five state for battery recycling in 2018. Did you know that batteries that are trashed or improperly recycled can contain – click to read more.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded more than $187.3 million to California for drinking water and wastewater infrastructure improvements. “These funds will be used for 183 local projects that will boost the economy while improving water systems,” said – click to read more.
Energy efficiency is thriving in the US despite a major policy shift in Washington that places less emphasis on energy-saving standards, according to The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE). Top-level findings from ACEEE’s 2018 State Energy Efficiecy Scorecard – click to read more.
Friday August 31 the California State Assembly voted to pass SB 328, the School Start Time Bill, authored by Senator Anthony J. Portantino, D–La Cañada Flintridge. “I am beyond thrilled that our children’s health came first today. It is fundamental – click to read more.
The best state level let neutrality bill in the country, California’s SB 822, is heading for a vote in the state Assembly. “The whole Internet is watching. The California legislature is about to decide whether to stand for free speech – click to read more.
California net neutrality bill SB 822––widely regarded as the best state level net neutrality bill in the country––just passed a crucial vote in front of the same committee where it was unceremoniously gutted last month. In early June, at the – click to read more.
The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 was signed into law on June 28, 2018, guaranteeing new data privacy rights for the state’s 40 million consumers, with kids under 16 winning extra protections. The legislation, AB 375, was authored by – click to read more.
Today’s CA Employment Numbers – Local Regions Reveal Jobs Picture. Two credit union industry economists from Southern California and Northern California Dwight Johnston and Robert Eyler made the following comments this morning as the California Employment Development Department’s (EDD) nonfarm payroll jobs report was slated to – click to read more.