Here’s what California’s “sanctuary” law will, and won’t, do.
It would be far easier to bring a loaded gun into a California restaurant, movie theater or amusement park under federal legislation picking up speed in Congress and backed by the Trump administration.
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Matt and Liam discuss the potentially massive consequences of federal tax reform on California’s housing woes.
And as women come forward with stories of being propositioned, groped and even assaulted by male colleagues in politics, an undercurrent of retaliation has begun rippling through the state.
Last year’s drop in California emissions drops came about not because of technological breakthroughs or drastic pollution reductions from oil refineries or other industries, nor the state’s lauded cap-and-trade program. It was the rain.
A veteran teacher reveals the challenges and frustrations she faces every day as she tries to close an achievement gap for her students in San Francisco’s Bayview.
Diabetes, which is spreading and driving up health costs, now afflicts more than half of California adults, especially people of color and the poor.
Four years after Gov. Jerry Brown launched his signature program to boost California jobs by awarding tax credits to the businesses that create them, businesses have left two thirds of those available credits unclaimed—a sign that most expected jobs have yet to materialize. Nor can the state say for sure how many of the administration’s 83,414 projected jobs over five years have actually been created. State offices responsible for awarding and monitoring the California Competes tax credits say they aren’t keeping count.
California leads once again in something no state wants to boast about: the highest poverty rate in the country.
Almost a year into his gig as California’s top lawyer, Xavier Becerra’s office has put its name on 21 lawsuits against the Trump administration. By volume, that represents a rate of litigiousness unmatched by any of his counterparts in other states.