Jesse Bedayn, Vallejo Times-Herald

Jesse Bedayn

Vallejo Times-Herald

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Past articles by Jesse:

California’s seniors lost an estimated $10.9 billion to fraud in 2020

Financial scams targeting seniors have skyrocketed during the pandemic, leaving holes in Californian seniors’ retirement savings. → Read More

California’s seniors lost an estimated $10.9 billion to fraud in 2020

Financial scams targeting seniors have skyrocketed during the pandemic, leaving holes in Californian seniors’ retirement savings. → Read More

California’s seniors lost an estimated $10.9 billion to fraud in 2020

Financial scams targeting seniors have skyrocketed during the pandemic, leaving holes in Californian seniors’ retirement savings. → Read More

COVID: Masks now optional for travelers in many places, but not all

Face masks became optional for many travelers Tuesday after a judge ruled the U.S. didn’t have authority to require them, but many transportation systems and hubs were awaiting more guidance … → Read More

Report suggests Prop. 13 tax breaks favor wealthy neighborhoods

Homeowners in wealthy and white neighborhoods tend to get bigger tax breaks under Prop. 13 than those in less wealthy and minority neighborhoods, according to a new report. → Read More

Collision of high prices threatens Bay Area residents, food banks trying to help

Faced with soaring inflation and the end of most pandemic financial assistance, more Bay Area residents are turning to food banks just as the nonprofits are struggling with rising prices that make … → Read More

Collision of high prices threatens Bay Area residents, food banks trying to help

Bay Area residents return to food handouts as prices soar. But charities are struggling to meet the need. → Read More

Amazon’s Bay Area expansion faces pushback

Amazon paused development of a San Francisco delivery station after the city council passed an 18-month moratorium. → Read More

Prop. 13 offers higher tax breaks for homeowners in White neighborhoods

Prop. 13 was intended to help all homeowners, but a new study finds that White homeowners in Oakland benefit the most. → Read More

‘Just transition’ bill for oil industry workers exposes California labor rift

Community and environmental groups say the state should start moving half the industry’s workforce out of oil fields, refineries and plants now to meet California’s goal of cutting 40% greenhouse g… → Read More

‘Just transition’ bill for oil industry workers exposes California labor rift

Community and environmental groups say the state should start moving half the industry’s workforce out of oil fields, refineries and plants now to meet California’s goal of cutting 40% greenhouse g… → Read More

‘Just transition’ bill for oil industry workers exposes labor rift

The idea of guiding California’s 112,000 oil industry workers out of their current field and into other careers is often referred to as “just transition,” and is considered by policy researchers a … → Read More

‘Just transition’ bill for oil industry workers exposes labor rift

Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi, a leading environmental lawmaker, has a bill to create a state fund to support and retrain oil industry workers as California strives to reduce greenhouse gas emission… → Read More

Community groups renew push for California health equity and racial justice fund

“We have the money,” said Los Angeles Democratic Assemblyman Mike Gipson. “The time is now.” → Read More

Community groups renew push for California health equity and racial justice fund

“We have the money,” said Los Angeles Democratic Assemblyman Mike Gipson. “The time is now.” → Read More

California Divide: Community groups renew push for health equity and racial justice fund

Nonprofit health clinics, tribal organizations and other community groups are renewing their push for a $100 million per year health equity and racial justice fund after Gov. Gavin Newsom left it o… → Read More

California Divide: Community groups renew push for health equity and racial justice fund

Nonprofit health clinics, tribal organizations and other community groups are renewing their push for a $100 million per year health equity and racial justice fund after Gov. Gavin Newsom left it o… → Read More

Community groups renew push for health equity and racial justice fund

Nonprofit clinics, tribal organizations and other community groups return to Sacramento for a second year to press for a $100 million health equity and racial justice fund. Gov. Gavin Newsom had le… → Read More

No way out: How the poor get stranded in California nursing homes

Weak state oversight, nursing home inaction leave residents stuck in facilities and unable to return home. → Read More

No way out: How the poor get stranded in California nursing homes

Weak state oversight, nursing home inaction leave residents stuck in facilities and unable to return home. → Read More