WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO
The Commonwealth Club of California initiated Voices of Reform in 2004 to foster probing discussions of state-level governance reform issues, make these discussions available to a broad range of people throughout California, and encourage opinion leaders and policy makers to actively pursue promising reforms.
The goal was to contribute to a social and political environment that can produce structural changes to state government to make it more responsive, effective, and fiscally sound. Issues VoR addresses include: redistricting; term limits; campaign financing; the state budget process; the initiative process; voter access and participation; and civic engagement.
Together with California and Hawaii, Massachusetts is becoming a solar state. With all the rebates and tax incentives the number of solar roof installations in the state has been growing exponentially. By the end of 2010, there were over 2,000 solar power installations in Massachusetts, which comes up to over 22 megawatts (MW) of electricity produced.
Not forgetting the important financial decisions in life, make sure to get yourself some life insurance coverage, so your loved ones are not left in a financial predicament. A good start is to get a policy amount of about 8 times your yearly income.
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