A Valley lawmaker’s demand for an independent state audit into the California State University’s handling of Title IX sex harassment complaints is moving forward.
A bill that would ban involuntary servitude and require California taxpayers to pay prisoners $15 per hour for prison jobs stalled in the Legislature.
A compromise being negotiated by legislative leaders and Gov. Gavin Newsom over the weekend would tie tax relief to Californians’ income levels rather than aimed at drivers.
Has California seen enough of its Jungle Primary to dump it? One California lawmaker argues it’s time to make a change – again.
A program at the center of state budget negotiations would see California taxpayers provide up to 17% of the down payment on a house in exchange for a stake in the home.
Californians waiting for the Golden State to deliver financial relief for historically-high gas prices might find the timing of their check suspicious.
More than a half-dozen low-income housing developments underway in the Golden State have seen housing unit costs spiral beyond $1 million each.
Despite the continued urgency of high gas prices, the California Assembly Select Committee on Gasoline Supply and Pricing won’t hold its first meeting for “a number of weeks.”
Democratic lawmakers in Sacramento are now trying to take new action in response to skyrocketing gas prices – but it’s too late.
A California lawmaker introduced a bill that would require gun owners to obtain liability insurance for the negligent or accidental use of their firearms.