Teri Sforza, Daily Breeze

Teri Sforza

Daily Breeze

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by teri:

How are dogs, cats faring in California shelters?

Columnist Teri Sforza writes that it’s time to learn how many animals are dying in shelters, numbers the state doesn’t require. → Read More

‘Redaction Palooza’ costs cities, agencies $750, but what price do we pay?

Columnist Teri Sforza shines a light on seminars where public bodies can spend public money to learn how to keep information from the public. → Read More

Trump attorney Eastman wraps himself in First Amendment protections

Columnist Teri Sforza examines the arguments made by the former Chapman law dean in his battle with the California Bar. → Read More

Futuristic vaccine to prevent Alzheimer’s starts local trial

Columnist Teri Sforza looks into the proposed treatment that wouldn’t even require a shot. ‘This is probably as exciting as it gets,’ one doctor says. → Read More

True confessions of a Girl Scout cookie-hawker’s mama

Columnist Teri Sforza thinks you might be surprised how much local organizations make off your Thin Mints habit. → Read More

Addiction centers flee Costa Mesa, move to less regulated OC cities

Column: Orange County cities band together as Rehab Riviera migrates. Mission Viejo leads charge. → Read More

Here’s how you can deal with high gas, electric bills in California

Column: The two-pronged utility hit hurts consumers, but there could be some help available. → Read More

Conspiracy! Illegal! California’s new solar rules must be ditched, critics say

Column: Groups demand a rehearing before state regulators, but the utilities want to move forward. → Read More

One OC water agency fights for its life in face of consolidation desires

Column: One agency resists while the other pushes ahead with merger ideas. They disagree on whether it would save residents money. → Read More

Arts for all: NEA chair will share her vision at Irvine Barclay Theater

Column: It’s the first visit to Orange County by the nation’s top arts chair since 1988. → Read More

More than 6,500 guns seized at U.S. airports in 2022, including 142 locally

Column: TSA says approximately 88% of the guns it finds are loaded. → Read More

What OC cities make it hardest for public to participate in meetings?

Column: Remote commenting helped during the height of the pandemic, but some (but not all) are ending it. → Read More

Orange Unified suspends digital library after parents’ book complaints – Orange County Register

Column: Other parents fear censorship and loss of programs that offend conservative sensibilities → Read More

For mass shooting survivors, scars can last a lifetime

Their trauma is often lost in the grief over those who died, experts say after the Monterey Park mass shooting. → Read More

Gas bill pains caused by greed, resolve to go green

Column: Winter has brought big price jumps from SoCalGas. Here are some reasons why and what the future looks like. → Read More

What will happen to Katie Porter’s UCI faculty housing if she wins a Senate seat? – Orange County Register

Column: The Congresswoman just won another term in D.C., but still owns her place in Irvine’s University Hills. → Read More

Orange County’s pension hole is shrinking, but at what cost? – Orange County Register

Column: County government and workers are paying more to make that happen. → Read More

Sober homes gain some ground in fight with Costa Mesa

Column: Lower court said, ‘Disabled? Prove it!’ But that’s wrong, says a 9th Circuit opinion that will reverberate far and wide. → Read More

Tearful farewell to Orange County ‘champion of childhood,’ Bill Steiner – Orange County Register

Column: ‘If you want to do something to honor Bill’s memory, go do something good.’ → Read More

From Nixon to Porter, Orange County has given America colorful politicians

Column: Will Katie Porter’s whiteboard join Loretta Sanchez’s Christmas cards on the prop list? → Read More