A move by L.A. County Supervisors to strictly enforce vaccine mandates in Sheriff’s deputies might be a loss for Los Angeles but a gain for the San Joaquin Valley in a hyper-competitive recruiting market.
California lawmakers called for a probe into Castro’s handling of sex harassment complaints. One top lawmaker wanted to go further and probe his management of Fresno State.
The move to pull the bill in the face of a do-or-die Monday deadline was aimed at “providing cover” for California Democratic lawmakers facing tough prospects in 2022, California’s nurses union said.
A radio appearance by Asm. Rudy Salas (D–Bakersfield) on his candidacy for Congress captured attention more for what wasn’t said than what was.
Former Ceres City Councilman Jeff McKay (R–Del Rio) is wasting little time trying to capture a north Valley State Senate Seat.
The resignation comes amid reports of outbursts in closed door meetings, strained relations with Council members, and ethics complaints against the Dyer administration.
California lawmakers are preparing for a showdown over a proposed single-payer healthcare system that will cost Californians $356.5 billion annually.
Long-time Rep. Jerry McNerney (D–Stockton) announced he would not seek a ninth term in the newly-drawn, San Joaquin County-anchored 9th Congressional District.
2022 is sure to deliver a change of scenery on the dais of the Kern County Board of Supervisors. But first: a highly-competitive race for an open seat.
The lawmaker warned that some health care proposals may require greater debate and discussion before moving forward.