Help May Be Coming for Renters Without Water in Drought-Stricken Tulare County
Last month, we reported on how local and state governments have been slow to help rural Californians who've run out of water, and how renters in particular have been ignored. But help is on the way in Tulare County in the Central Valley, where close to 1,900 household wells have gone dry.
In Sacramento, Limits Are Few on Revolving Door Between Government and Private Jobs
We all know when you change jobs, you don't necessarily change your circle of contacts. In fact, the Rolodex is what makes so many people valuable to new employers. But what happens when that Rolodex was filled on the taxpayer's dime? Our series "California Political Muscle" continues with a close look at how lawmakers, lobbyists and others all take their influence with them when they travel through the revolving doors in Sacramento.