North Bay Reports that deal with health and wellness in Sonoma County.
(June 9, 2015)
Sonoma County Supervisors have unanimously backed a $15 per “Living Wage” for workers paid directly or indirectly by the county. But it’s going take a year or more to be fully implemented.
In a decision reaching from Washington to your medicine cabinet, the US Supreme Court has held that local governments can require pharmaceutical companies to take responsibility for the collection and disposal of their excess products.
Dirt is ancient, alive, and essential to agriculture.But it is not necessarily eternal. And that can be a big problem.
A new model for integrating adults with developmental disabilities into their surrounding communities has them living with willing families and becoming part of the household.