Following Gov. Gavin Newsom’s order to investigate rolling blackouts that occurred in California this August, a preliminary report has cited three contributing factors, one being climate change. California relies on imported power during peak demand times, which tend to occur on extremely hot days.
Two years ago, Mexico’s Supreme Court struck down a ban on marijuana as unconstitutional. Now, lawmakers are scrambling to make a Dec. 15 deadline to pass legislation that would legalize marijuana in the country.
Yard signs have expanded past simply advocating for a candidate; they’ve become an expression of one’s identity. As Election Day approaches, there is no shortage of signage. Whether advocating for a presidential candidate, a judgeship, or proposition, signs have become an increasingly familiar marketing strategy and can be found in most residential areas during election cycles.