Rachel Potucek, a volunteer for the OC Women’s March, writes that the weekend rally showed that Orange County’s progressive communities have new room and an opportunity to unite on issues ranging from housing, health, social justice, fair pay, immigration, education and equity.
Jeff Lalloway’s departure as Supervisor Todd Spitzer’s chief of staff is another window into the dysfunction that is Orange County government. It’s fitting that it comes as more records violations come to light in the jailhouse snitch case.
After 54 Years, one Anaheim resident still vividly reflects on the impact of her experiences with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Inspired by Dr. King, Patricia Adelekan has made civil rights and human rights her life’s work.
ACLU officials are reaching out to the City of Laguna Beach with a settlement proposal, in the form of an open letter, seeking to end a 2015 lawsuit filed on behalf of the city’s homeless living at the Laguna Beach Shelter.
Orange County residents carry the highest housing cost burden in California, according to a new state report. Local elected officials can change that by developing smart policies and engaging with the communities they serve.
An election that would have cost less than $200,000 may now cost millions because Newport Beach City Council members created a 10-pound document aimed at frustrating opponents of a housing development, writes former Mayor Keith Curry, who is calling on the new council to avoid these costs by rescinding approvals for the Museum Tower project.