“Obesity is an epidemic” is a common phrase heard more and more frequently these days. The statement may just be an exaggeration, but the main idea is that staying healthy should always be a priority. This is probably why state [...]Read more ›
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With many legislators looking for ways to register more voters for upcoming elections, there has been a recent push for different tactics that could potentially draw in more voters. This action has proved beneficial for both states, particularly in Arizona [...]Read more ›
One thing you learn by growing up in California, besides where to get the best Mexican food, is that living in the state with the largest population means that water is a scarce resource. Since California is the leading agricultural [...]Read more ›
Get ready for Spring Break, Highlanders! After the dreaded finals, papers and projects, there is no doubt that the majority of the student body will be making their way out of Riverside and looking for the best place to [...]Read more ›
The California legislature has adapted to a “you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours” mentality over the years. Just in 2012, there have been a surplus of gifts flooding into the state capital, estimated to be worth up to $500,500. [...]Read more ›
When have you gone to a restaurant and had to pay before you even got to taste your meal? You don’t show up to work and leave after an hour but still get paid for eight. If such a job [...]Read more ›
Laws that allow the medical use of marijuana have expanded to include 18 states, including California. And two states—Washington and Colorado—have now taken the next step and declared recreational use of marijuana legal. Before long, marijuana will doubtlessly be legal [...]Read more ›