California’s climate policies stand out for their audacious ambition and goal-setting orientation.

... McRae recently traveled to Sacramento, where she sat down with state Sen. Anna Caballero, who represents California’s 14th Senate District. The discussion included her work on the Senate Appropriations Committee, legislation to assist undocumented agricultural workers and a program the senator oversees that is inspiring young people to go into public service.

As an elected leader for the region, I am dedicated to ensuring affordable, reliable, renewable energy is accessible for all, and not just reserved for wealthy homeowners or those who can afford electric vehicles.

Negociaciones de vivienda para trabajadores agricolas en California

$20 million in flood relief funding has been awarded to the community of Planada in Merced County to help impacted residents recover from the severe storm events from early 2023, officials announced on Wednesday.

Sen. Anna Caballero stopped by Greenfield and Soledad last Monday to present checks for $1 million and $400,000 in state funding, respectively, to the City of Greenfield for radio transmission and reception upgrades and to the Soledad-Mission Recreation District for improvements and maintenance at the swimming pool.

Senator Anna M. Caballero (D-Merced) released the following statement in response to Governor Newsom’s signature of her bill, SB 306: Climate Change: Equitable Building Decarbonization Program, Extreme Heat Action Plan.

Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 831 and it would authorize the State to work with the Federal Government to establish a program to allow undocumented agricultural workers in California to work legally.