Announcing The California Policy Weekly Newsletter!

by Brian Schrader

A new way to stay up-to-date with everything happening in Golden State politics.

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In today's media environment, it can be really challenging to filter out all of the constant controversy, dig through the piles of clickbait, and find the most meaningful content that's relevant to you. Staying up-to-date with the news can be draining and time-consuming, and keeping up with state and local news is even moreso due to the lack of large name-brand players.

By definition, state and local news is less visible on a national scale, and our current nationalized media environment often buries the most important local stories.

This is a huge problem, because while national news centers on the "big questions" it's actually our state and local governments that have the biggest effects on our daily lives and the lives of those around us. They're also the institutions most receptive to our individual input.

Even large, national news outlets often admit that their readers should probably focus more of their attention on their state and local news, but following state news is difficult precisely because those same national news outlets have driven them out of business due to the centralization effects of the internet and social media.

So what can we do?

The Solution? A Newsletter

If you find yourself flooded by national news and unsure of how to follow more state news, then you really need to sign up for the D&P Weekly California Policy Newsletter.

Subscribe to the California Policy Weekly Newsletter →

Every sunday, you'll get an email delivered right to your inbox that synthesizes the week's news in one place. Each week you'll see a series of articles, and occasional commentary that will help you better understand the goings-on in California.

Articles come from a variety of news outlets and span every topic imaginable, so there's certainly something for everyone.

Check out the letter archive to get a feel for the newsletter →

Give it a shot, and send in your feedback. Your feedback shapes what kinds of content makes it into the newsletter and what its future becomes.

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