California’s K-12 test scores likely show pandemic-related declines. They were almost hidden from public view while State Superintendent Tony Thurmond campaigned for re-election.
“For a state that didn’t have slavery, don’t think [the Legislature is] going to be quick to vote on this final product of this task force,” Sen. Steve Bradford (D–Los Angeles) said.
Mark Geragos, arguably the most famous Armenian lawyer in the United States, faces allegations of pilfering cash meant for relatives of Armenian Genocide victims.
The veto was met with predictable dismay from environmental advocates, who hoped to leverage Assembly Bill 2250 to as a method of dictating local air policy.
California sued Amazon.com saying the company forces third-party merchants to agree to policies that lead to “artificially high prices” for consumers.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Tuesday he had signed a new social media bill into law to further social media companies’ transparency on hate and discrimination.
California’s inflation and gas price-tied tax relief payments to taxpayers are set to arrive next month, state officials announced Tuesday.
California’s grid operator issued an energy emergency alert, the final step before rotating blackouts, for Tuesday evening.
The final day of the California Legislative session is always a caffeine-fueled thrill ride. 2022 was no different.
The warning against charging electric cars comes less than a week after state regulators unanimously banned new gas-powered cars by 2035.