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FAQ: All about Measure C on Sacramento’s ballot

Measure C if passed, would establish an elected rent control board that would regulate rent for affected units and limit the ability of landlords to terminate leases, according to the impartial analysis of Measure C prepared by Sacramento’s city attorney.

Colby Case

October 22, 2020

Measure C on Sacramento’s ballot this year, also known as the Sacramento Community Stabilization and Fair Rent Charter Amendment, proposes the creation of a rent control board. The State Hornet has put together an FAQ answering the most common questions about the measure on the ballot.

FAQ: All about Measure B on Sacramento’s ballot

Measure B on Sacramento’s Ballot this year, also called the Independent Redistricting Timeline Exception, focuses on the timeline of redistricting that the city follows after receiving population data from the 2020 census.

Camryn Dadey

October 22, 2020

Sacramento’s Measure B proposes an extension for redistricting after census data is delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

FAQ: All about Measure A on Sacramento’s ballot

Mayor Darrell Steinberg speaks to protesters outside of La Cosecha at Cesar Chavez Plaza in Sacramento, California, Thursday, Aug. 27, 2020. Steinberg supports Measure A which would change the cities governing structure to give the mayor more executive power to make decisions, hire the city manager and propose the budget. Photo in background taken by Sara Nevis.

Samaha Samy

October 22, 2020

The Sacramento Mayoral Accountability and Community Equity Act of 2020, also known as Measure A or the “strong mayor” proposal, if passed would reform Sacramento’s governing system.

CRIME MAP: 6 non-violent crimes occurred over last two weeks

Every week The State Hornet compiles crimes recorded in the campus crime log into a map detailing their location and current status.

Katerina Graziosi

October 22, 2020

Six non-violent crimes occurred at Sac State over the last two weeks. Last year, 28 crimes occurred throughout the sixth and seventh weeks of the semester.

STATE HORNET NEWS: 8 students quarantined, spring football canceled and voting information

STATE HORNET NEWS: 8 students quarantined, spring football canceled and voting information

Dom Vitiello, Vince Ybarra, Ian Ratliff, and Sara Nevis

October 19, 2020

On this edition of State Hornet News, spring football is canceled, the election is 15 days away, eight students were quarantined in American River Courtyard and other stories from the State Hornet newsroom.   Related Links:   8 Sac State student quarantined in American River Courtyard in first month of school   CSU...

PODCAST: New details on former ASI president’s resignation, Sac State opts out of spring football

PODCAST: New details on former ASI president’s resignation, Sac State opts out of spring football

Madeleine Beck, Camryn Dadey, Bradley Hinkson, and Robbie Pierce

October 19, 2020

This week on The State Hornet Podcast, podcast editor Robbie Pierce and managing editor Madeleine Beck are joined by staffer Camryn Dadey to discuss new information regarding former ASI President Christian Landaverde’s sudden resignation toward the end of last semester.  After, Pierce and Beck discuss a virtual eve...

Experts explain: California propositions, what they’ll cost

Staff of the Legislative Analyst’s Office explained the 2020 California ballot initiatives in a virtual event Tuesday evening hosted by the Sacramento Public Library and the Project for an Informed Electorate at Sacramento State. Voters tasked the LAO with providing impartial analysis explaining each initiative after voters approved California Proposition 9 in 1974, according to Jason Constantouros, principal fiscal and policy analyst at the LAO. Background screenshots via Zoom and collage by Jenna Cooper.

Jenna Cooper

October 15, 2020

Staff of the Legislative Analyst’s Office explained the 2020 California ballot initiatives in a virtual event Tuesday evening hosted by the Sacramento Public Library and the Project for an Informed Electorate at Sacramento State.

‘See you next fall’: No college football for Hornets this season

Hornet Stadium on Oct. 6, 2020. The Hornets football team will opt out of the spring 2021 Big Sky Conference season, meaning they will not participate in conference play until fall 2021.

Jordan Parker

October 15, 2020

The Hornets have chosen to opt out of the Big Sky Conference spring 2021 football season, meaning they will not play again until fall 2021.

Former ASI president Christian Landaverde says resignation was due to COVID-19 campus closure

Former ASI president Christian Landaverde and executive vice president Jennifer Gross resigned from their positions on March 13, 2020. Landaverde said he decided to step down due to the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down campus and his desire to focus on other opportunities.

Camryn Dadey and Michael Pacheco

October 12, 2020

Former ASI president Christian Landaverde details the reasons for his resignation last semester, saying it was due to the campus closure caused by COVID-19 occurring during the “lame duck” months of his presidency.

Civil rights icon Dolores Huerta urges students to vote, condemns racism

Labor leader and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta speaks during a campaign rally with former President Bill Clinton on March 20, 2016 at Central High School in Phoenix, Arizona. Huerta spoke on voting, the national census and anti-racism at a virtual event hosted by Sacramento State's Serna Center Friday.

Katerina Graziosi and Mercy Sosa

October 9, 2020

Sacramento State’s Serna Center held a virtual event featuring civil rights icon Dolores Huerta on the importance of voting, the census and active anti-racism Friday via Zoom.

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