Before the Affordable Care Act stopped insurers from denying coverage for a pre-existing health condition, many consumers were turned down, charged higher prices or had conditions excluded from their plans. Dismantling Obamacare could mean a return to those practices, consumers fear.
According to the general manager of Cambria’s services district, the town’s water department staff will start pumping excess brine from the Sustainable Water Facility’s storage pond into an adjacent percolation pond as soon as the CCSD receives permission from a state water board.
The harsh new orders signed by Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly that would considerably expand the number of immigrants who could be detained and deported were largely endorsed by then-Sen. Jeff Sessions months before he took over as attorney general.
From retirement communities to nursing homes, older Americans are increasingly turning to marijuana for relief from aches and pains. Many have embraced it as an alternative to powerful drugs like morphine, saying that marijuana is less addictive, with fewer side effects.
Many of President Donald Trump’s most dedicated supporters say their lives changed on election night. Suddenly they felt like their views were actually respected and in the majority. But less than one month into Trump’s term, many of his supporters say they once again feel under attack - perhaps even more so than before.
Fifteen years ago, San Luis Obispo County residents Rick and Kathy Howe sold all of their worldly possessions, including their home, and set out to live a nomadic lifestyle that has since led them to four continents and countless memories.
San Luis Obispo County’s black bear population is only one-tenth of an estimate made in 2010, according to a landmark genetic study that bolsters arguments against opening a hunting season on the Central Coast, even though officials say the count doesn’t provide a complete picture of the local bear population.
In a blog post, Susan J. Fowler said she left the ride-sharing giant after just one year because her superior tried to solicit sex from her and the company’s human resources department declined to punish him. On Twitter, CEO Travis Kalanick promised to investigate the claims.
Like nearly 10,000 others, I took part in the Women’s March in San Luis Obispo on Jan. 21. I marched for equality, reproductive rights, environmental justice and a general distaste for the new president.
Wal-Mart has chosen not to build in Atascadero, which is happy news to local small businesses and the citizens that value them and the small town Atascadero way of life. There’s already a large Wal-Mart nearby in Paso Robles.
Many thanks to the San Luis Obispo County supervisors that support the fishermen, ranchers, farmers and our ports and harbor districts in the county regarding the Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary issue.
Here’s a look at where the water would go in the event of a dam burst in San Luis Obispo County, in light of the crisis at Oroville Dam on February 12, 2017. All five SLO County dams have been inspected by regulatory agencies in the past four years and were found safe, records show.
Cookie queen Arty McGoo (aka Elizabeth Adams) of Paso Robles is a full-time professional cookie artist, or, cookier, who shares her baking and decorating expertise with students around the globe. Here she shows how to quickly and easily decorate a cookie for Valentine's Day.
Trump has been silent about the matter since a report last week that Flynn had discussed sanctions with a Russian envoy. A U.S. official told The Associated Press that Flynn was in frequent contact with Ambassador Sergey Kislyak on the day the Obama administration slapped sanctions on Russia for election-related hacking, as well as at other times during the transition.