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California Should Look to Next Generation Transportation Systems
May 22, 2016
Historically, large public projects do not fare well in California. Unlike their private project counterparts, government run projects have a track record of running over budget, not meeting deadlines, and are consistently inundated with mismanagement.
Scott Wilk: Options for individuals with disabilities
April 18, 2016
We often talk about how important democracy is because all are allowed to have their voices heard and concerns taken seriously.
Our schools are deserving of more
March 17, 2016
When a coworker shows up to work sneezing and coughing, there's often a lot of grumbling for him or her to go home instead of potentially getting everyone sick.
A rational repurpose: Train or water?
February 18, 2016
If I had an opportunity to travel in time, I wouldn't mind going back to 2008 and voting twice against Proposition 1A, the High Speed Rail Project. Luckily for me — and you — another bite at the apple is still a possibility.
A 'Plan B' State Strategy to Stop the CEMEX Mega-Mine
February 18, 2016
The most important local issue affecting our community is actually a federal government decision that allows mega-mining in Soledad Canyon.
Aliso Canyon gas leak — where do we go from here? Scott Wilk
February 17, 2016
There are three pivotal questions about the Aliso Canyon gas leak that must be answered with urgency: What happened? How can it be fixed? And what are the long-term impacts?
Scott Wilk & Tom Lackey: It's time to keep the Lanterman promise
January 14, 2016
Growing up, parents teach their children at a very young age the importance of keeping a promise. As elected representatives in the California State Assembly, we wish that were the case in Sacramento.
Cap and Trade: Tax grab with no benefit
September 23, 2015
When California passed the so-called AB 32 the “Global Warming Solutions Act” in 2006, it was praised as first of its kind legislation, a model that the world would follow. That has not happened. The Global Warming Solutions Act established a cap-and-trade program in California. This program sets a...
The “Rule of Law” should apply to legislative process
September 21, 2015
Above the dais in the Assembly chambers is the Latin saying, “Legislatorum Est Justas Leges Condere,” which translates into “It is the duty of the Legislators to make just laws.” While it's important that the Legislature pass just laws, it's just as important that those decisions are made following...
A Fitting Tribute to a True American
July 16, 2015
It's a pleasure to have the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in the 38th Assembly District. Recently, I had the honor of being one of only five speakers at the unveiling of the Reagan statue in the state Capitol. Reagan is the only person to have served as California Governor and...
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