More than $250 million in five years has gone toward schools, roads, parks and other improvements.
As Proposition 4 brings the issue to the forefront, the same right should extend to physicians whose morals don't allow them to participate in abortions.
How our government created the subprime mess and led us to the brink of financial disaster.
It's not just about marriage, but about protecting our children and promoting the fundamental right to a mom and a dad.
Let's not further erode families and endanger children because of a few terrible incidents.
Until we demand better from our candidates, we will never have the quality elected officials we want, but will continue to get the ones we deserve.
These policies are long overdue and would make a significant positive change in the culture of the district.
Disparate groups are united behind a transportation initiative that works for all of us.
When it comes to same-sex marriage, let's hope we are fair enough to be on the right side of history.
With its ambitious emissions mandates, the legislation sets a framework to make a clean break with the past.
We can't bring Christina Veloz-Payne back, but the Goleta community can come together to prevent another tragedy.
It’s time to remember that everything important about a man — or a women — is found on the inside. The rest is packaging.
Results of the Chamber of Commerce study will be presented at the Goleta Economic Forecast event.
The state needs to set clear standards, focus on core competencies and prepare students for a world that's changing faster than at any time in history.
Here's what the presidential nominee should say at next week's Republican convention.
The nation's fastest-growing white-collar crime has repercussions and implications for all Americans.
A change in Santa Barbara County’s policy should be based on fact, not hysteria and conjecture.
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