The program launched by the electric utility owned and operated by the City of Santa Clara will help multifamily properties, schools, and businesses successfully plan, fund and install EV charging stations.
Under amendments made public June 30, only public prosecutors, such as the state attorney general and county district attorneys, would have the power to bring civil lawsuits against social media giants for deploying designs or features they know will addict kids.
The new CEO was selected after a nationwide search conducted by the HRS Executive Search firm to replace Knies, who has led the association for 34 years and retires in November as part of a planned transition.
Gov. Newsom and the Legislature cut a California cannabis tax, but not everyone is convinced it’s enough to stabilize the legal market. Social equity operators say the changes don’t do nearly enough to help them.
Gene Levoff, senior director of corporate law at Apple until he was fired in late 2018, was charged in 2019 with using inside information about Apple’s financial results to trade stock before its public release.
The amusement park owned by Cedar Fair LP could shut down as soon as six years from now — and no more than 11 years from now — under the terms of a real estate agreement filed Monday with federal regulators.