Ms. Hroncich is from Pittsburgh and a graduate of Hillsdale College. Her work…
The ruling may set an example to other cities overwhelmed by unsheltered homeless individuals.
The city’s location in a swing state for presidential elections also makes it a critical campaign stop.
As Democratic-led cities across the country grapple with homelessness, a Sacramento district attorney’s decision to sue the city may mark a new era in law enforcement.
The Democrat faces a political liability in the form of his state’s dysfunction, as California cities are increasingly overtaken by the problems of crime and homelessness.
The government has given drug makers of ten top-selling prescription drugs until October 1 to agree to price ceilings or pay prohibitive taxes.
The move is the latest in a series of actions by Democratic-led cities pushing back against laws passed in Republican states since the Supreme Court’s Dobbs v. Jackson decision.