CEQA Lawsuit Spotlights Controversy Over Landmark Environmental Legislation

Is the California Environmental Quality Act an unfair tool for anti-development activists, or a developer scapegoat?

‘Stop BEZOS’ Bill Takes Aim at Companies Paying Low Wages

Silicon Valley Congressman Ro Khanna wants to tax large companies equal to the value of public benefits their workers receive

San Jose Weighs Compromise on Union-Backed Measure Requiring Local Hires, Prevailing Wages

Developers would have to pay prevailing wages and hire local workers for subsidized projects under a proposed compromise measure.

Following Historic Vote on Rent Protections, San Jose Considers Ban on Voucher Discrimination

Nearly half of of San Jose’s elected leaders want to prevent landlords from discriminating against recipients of housing subsidies.

Santa Clara County Announces Intent to Sue President Trump over ‘Sanctuary City’ Order

Santa Clara County plans to sue POTUS over his crackdown on so-called sanctuary jurisdictions that protect immigrants from deportation.

Silicon Valley Philanthropists Often Overlook Local Needs, According to New Report

While Silicon Valley philanthropists have stepped up charitable giving, a tiny fraction of it goes to local nonprofits and local needs.

San Jose to Host Community Forums to Build Trust in Police

San Jose will launch a campaign next month that aims to improve the relationship between local law enforcement and communities of color.