Monthly Archives: April 2019

Sunday Reading – 04/28/19

The following links are just news items and opinions that pass my desk throughout the week. I don’t necessarily support or advocate any of the items, they are just interesting reads. California could soon ban schools from suspending ‘unruly’ students … Continue reading

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Your safety shouldn’t be rushed. Stop. Trains can’t.

  Your safety shouldn’t be rushed. Stop. Trains can’t. pic.twitter.com/mJWqml0HqY — Contra Costa TA (@CCTA) April 24, 2019

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USDA introduces food waste reduction contest for students

Food waste is a problem everyone can tackle, including our nation’s youth. As part of Winning on Reducing Food Waste Month, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), is launching Ace the Waste! A student competition for food waste reduction ideas. This … Continue reading

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California’s Housing Crisis and CASA – What you should know

California has a housing affordability crisis. According to an October 21, 2018 Los Angeles Times article, experts “agree that the fundamental issue underlying the state’s housing crisis is that there are not enough homes.” The following questions and answers will … Continue reading

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Sunday Reading – 04/21/19

The following links are just news items and opinions that pass my desk throughout the week. I don’t necessarily support or advocate any of the items, they are just interesting reads. Could This California Environmental Law Be the Cannabis Industry’s … Continue reading

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Why Easter Is Called Easter, and Other Little-Known Facts About the Holiday

By Brent Landau April 13, 2017 Today Christians are celebrating Easter, the day on which the resurrection of Jesus is said to have taken place. The date of celebration changes from year to year. The reason for this variation is … Continue reading

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The War to Remotely Control Self-Driving Cars Heats Up

by Alex Davies in Wired Even in the middle of the day, the 50-mile trip from San Francisco to San Jose is a pain. Like a toddler, Bay Area driving toggles between slumber (rush-hour slogs) and frenzy (passing-happy speeding). It’s … Continue reading

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