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Huntington Beach Won’t Sue Over State Mandated Housing
Huntington Beach City Council struck down a motion this week to file a lawsuit against its state-mandated housing allocation. Councilmember Erik Peterson brought forward a motion to appeal the allocation by the ...
April 20, 2021
Housing Plan Calls for 1.5 Million New SoCal Homes
Commentary Southern California counties, cities, and jurisdictions need to provision for 1.5 million new homes throughout the next ...
April 18, 2021
Orange County Officials Claim They’re ‘Shut Out’ of Leadership in SoCal Agency
The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has elected a new slate of officers to serve one-year terms ...
April 10, 2021
SCAG Drafts Equity Plan for ‘Communities of Concern’
The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has drafted a plan that would incentivize private business owners to ...
April 7, 2021
Huntington Beach Officials Debate Suing State Over Mandatory Housing Quotas
Huntington Beach City Attorney Michael Gates recently suggested that the city should consider suing two government agencies over ...
March 26, 2021
California Housing Policy Proposals Focus on Single-Family Homes in Push for Social Equity, Officials Say
Proposed state housing policies that seek to brand ownership of single-family homes in Southern California as exclusionary are ...
March 13, 2021
Irvine Officials Say State Housing Mandates Penalize Economic Success
Officials in Irvine, California, say the state has imposed burdensome housing quotas on the city because it has ...
February 28, 2021
SCAG Rejects Cities’ Appeals, Upholds Santa Ana Housing Allocation
The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has rejected an appeal by four Orange County cities to shift ...
January 18, 2021
SoCal Government Group Hears Mixed Economic Forecast From Analyst
A business representative has delivered a mixed economic forecast to members of the Southern California Association of Governments ...
January 17, 2021
McSally’s Former Deputy Campaign Manager Pleads Guilty to Stealing $115,000 In Campaign Funds
Bipartisan Group Seeks to Use Part of COVID-19 Stimulus Money for Opioid Crisis
Biden to Meet GOP Senators for Infrastructure Talks on Thursday
Federal Prosecutors Drop Bulk of Cases Against Portland Riot Suspects
EU Says US Stand on Patent Virus Waiver Is No ‘Magic Bullet’
The Associated Press
Biden Fends Off Criticism That Federal Unemployment Boost Keeps Workers From Taking Jobs
Arizona Senate Tells US Officials Plan To Canvass Voters Is on Hold
Climate Change Presents Opportunity for Beijing to Expand Global Power: Chinese Professor
Blinken Calls for Taiwan’s Participation in WHO’s World Health Assembly
, Epoch Times
Oklahoma Governor Signs Bill Banning Critical Race Theory in Public Schools