Column: The year America burned, literally and figuratively

Notable changes in California’s political landscape included the death of longtime Senator Dianne Feinstein, as well as the shift in power from Nancy Pelosi to Kevin McCarthy. The year was marked by societal upheaval, from homelessness and restricted reproductive rights to devastating natural disasters and an immigration crisis. Columnists Anita Chabria and Mark Z. Barabak share their perspectives on the tumultuous events and pressing issues of 2023, including Feinstein’s legacy, the intertwining of religion and Politics, and the rise of homelessness. They also discuss Governor Newsom’s national ambitions and the urgency of addressing climate change. While concerns about the environment persist, the immediate and short-term political landscape may hinder meaningful action on climate change.

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