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Guest Commentary: While reimplementing the International Entrepreneur Rule is a step in the right direction, Congress should create a category of visas specifically for startup businesses with the potential to hire hundreds of Americans.
Guest Commentary: The bill allows city councils and boards of supervisors to override voter-adopted initiative measures in exchange for higher-density housing, setting a troubling standard that could eventually render the initiative power meaningless.
CalMatters Commentary - A squabble between two blocs of politically influential California unions is an example of the pot calling the kettle black.
THOMAS ELIAS Ready-made, now vacant and easily converted square footage in office buildings may eventually combine with California’s slowed growth to discourage new building. Which could make the entire notion of a housing crisis obsolete.
Guest Commentary: Late in the 18th Century the word “donkey” replaced “ass” to describe Equus africanus asinus, that member of the horse family that human beings domesticated and put to work more than 5,000 years ago.
Guest Commentary: Legislators promoting high-density housing need to meet up with state and local water agencies to hammer out realistic approaches to our changing reality.
CalMatters Commentary - Industrialists David and Charles Koch won their duel with California’s attorney general when the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated a regulation aimed at forcing the brothers’ non-profit political group, Americans for Prosperity, to reveal its donors.
THOMAS ELIAS Could Newsom and Harris ever face off in a presidential primary?