Despite issuing a wide-ranging set of vaccine mandates for Californians, Newsom avoided ordering prison guards, owners of a powerful union, from getting vaccinated. Now, he’s appealing a court-ordered mandate governing them.
The rail system, anchored in the Central Valley, has become a target of derision among Democratic lawmakers in Sacramento. Now, the core promise of high-speed rail is in jeopardy.
Sunday, Gov. Gavin Newsom completed signing and vetoing bills approved by legislators in the final day of the 2021 legislative session.
A bill authored by State Sen. Andreas Borgeas (R–Fresno) that offers key tax relief for California wildfire victims has become law.
One month after vanquishing the state’s second recall, Gov. Gavin Newsom returned to the San Joaquin Valley for a bill signing aimed at heavy spending for early childhood education.
The utility announced Friday it won’t disconnect service from customers greatly past due on their bills, despite the expiration of a California pandemic moratorium.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom swung through Three Rivers on Thursday to sign a $15 billion budget bill focused on the climate as two massive wildfires burned nearby.
The panel found that Los Angeles-based Federal Judge David O. Carter abused discretion by issuing a sweeping ruling based on claims not raised by homeless advocates.
Following coronavirus, one California law is creating lawsuit free-for-all with no limit, and trial lawyers know it, writes Bakersfield businessman Mark DeVries, Jr.
Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed a top priority bill for the United Farm Workers that would have eased voting to organize workers into the union, angering union allies.