Entrepreneurs in California’s legal cannabis industry disproportionately impacted by cannabis criminalization, will benefit from $6 million in funding from the Office of Business and Economic Development, in partnership with the Bureau of Cannabis Control.
Cannabis equity programs awarded millions in grant funding by State
INGLEWOOD (MNS) –
Gov. Gavin Newsom outlined six indicators state will consider before modifying the stay-at-home order. Courtesy Governor’s office
Gov. Gavin Newsom outlines 6 indicators state will consider before modifying the stay-at-home order
SACRAMENTO (MNS) – Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled six key indicators, Wednesday, that will guide California’s thinking
Black California has an opportunity to rewrite history in 2020 through the US Census
By ANTHONY THIGPENN, Guest Commentary
Throughout the history of the United States, the Black community’s consistent fight for recognition has been an unfortunate and inescapable reality.
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LOCAL VOICES: COVID-19 has allowed hidden governance; unfair to tax-paying citizens
EDITOR'S NOTE: The editors of Compton Herald inadvertently attributed a byline for this article to Cynthia Macon. In times past, Macon has contributed timely and informative pieces to the Herald, but she had no input
Compton High School is one of four high schools in the Compton Unified School District uncertain if they will reopen to instruction before summer break in June. Courtesy CUSD
California school districts still providing meals after closures in wake of COVID-19 pandemic
By JOE W. BOWERS,