California will ban sales of new gas-powered cars by 2035, but the conversion to battery-powered vehicles poses numerous unresolved issues.
Jayden Sangha is approaching his role as
assistant chief financial officer of the City of
Stockton from a community perspective, applying
everything he’s learned in his previous positions in both private
and public sectors.
As a field representative for Congressman Ami Bera, Sergio
Robles is Bera’s eyes and ears in the south Sacramento
region. He also shapes policy as Elk Grove’s
As director of Stockton’s Office of Performance and Data Analytics, Regan puts the vast amount of city data to work to improve equity and quality of life for the citizens of the city.
Attorney Corey Day has used his expertise in California alcohol
law to guide bars and restaurants through the many restrictions
and economic challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
EY’s mission is to build a better working world. “That’s the core of our purpose as a company.
Over the past two years, the pace of innovation and change has happened faster than what we’ve seen in human history. Now, businesses are racing toward a future very different from the one they were designed to operate in, as technologies are reshaping human experiences.
State government leaders take a break from making California laws to make California rolls for the Capitol Roller Competition, part of a recent summit for rice industry stakeholders.
Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed pausing tax increase on gas sellers and Republican state lawmakers have pushed for suspending the tax entirely in the short term. Those plans would likely reduce the price of gas, but it’s not clear by how much. This week Newsom teased a possible rebate to deal with gas prices.
As director of the California Department of Cannabis Control, Nicole Elliot leads 400 employees through what is essentially a testing ground for future legislation. She describes her regulatory work in the new industry as “a massive social experiment.”