California farmers’ surface water allocations were cut drastically this summer due to ongoing drought conditions. Now, farmers with water rights dating back to 1903 face water restrictions; last time farmers faced such restrictions was in 1977, according to the New York Times.
During National Homeownership Month, communities across the country celebrated the pride of homeownership.
While the Affordable Care Act and same-sex marriage both enjoyed substantial wins (and attention) last week following rulings from the nation’s highest Court, there was another significant beneficiary: low-income housing.
By Elizabeth Zach , staff writer As Colorado, like the rest of the American West, grapples with a crippling drought, . . .
California cities and counties can continue to require builders to include affordable housing in new developments, the state’s Supreme Court ruled earlier this month.