Opinion

Editorial: Sure, reduce pot taxes. But California needs bigger fixes to its broken marijuana market

More than five years after Californians voted to legalize marijuana, the vast majority of pot sold in the state still…

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Op-Ed: I didn’t plan to feed my baby formula — but I’m so glad I did

I’m 24 weeks pregnant, staring down a national formula shortage, just hoping it works itself out before the new baby…

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Op-Ed: The best way to protect abortion rights? Finalize the Equal Rights Amendment

When Roe vs. Wade was decided in 1973, it was rooted in rights that flow from privacy — not equality.…

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Letters to the Editor: Why it’s time to normalize relations with North Korea

To the editor: Daniel R. DePetris is right that North Korea is unlikely to give up the bomb. But offering…

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Letters to the Editor: Democrats need to start acting more like Republicans to save democracy

To the editor: At last! Former GOP operative Kurt Bardella points to the weak response of Democrats in Congress to…

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Op-Ed: A new generation is reviving unions. The old guard could help

This is the most exciting — and promising — moment for the nation’s labor movement in decades thanks to the…

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Op-Ed: Want to shape your bicultural child’s sense of self before society does? Lead them to books

As I travel to speak at schools across the country, I am sometimes the first Latinx author students have ever…

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Abcarian: Patriarchy strikes again: California can’t force companies to put women on boards

The patriarchy was not about to take this one sitting down. In 2018, then-Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into…

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Op-Ed: Tired of memorizing so many passwords? Too bad: The alternatives aren’t better yet

To live a secure digital life, we rely on passwords — an average of 100 per person. Fernando Corbató declared…

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Op-Ed: California’s economy may seem healthy. But just wait for the next recession

The California economy may seem healthy on the surface, with home prices soaring, Silicon Valley booming and the state government…

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