SB 28 would provide two important tools to force transparency and ensure accountability from broadband internet providers.
What is a skilled and trained workforce, and what could the labor requirement do to California affordable housing bills in the Legislature?
The Legislative Analyst’s Office warns California lawmakers to prepare to dispatch emergency drinking water to vulnerable communities, particularly in the Central Valley.
California needs a coherent strategy for harnessing its innovative spirit toward solutions that solve its water security challenges.
Good morning, California. It’s Tuesday, April 5. CalMatters politics reporter Ben Christopher here, filling in for Emily Hoeven. Emily will be back next week. Rife with indecision and inconsistencies As California nursing homes slowly recover from the COVID-19 siege that killed thousands, the role of state regulators in protecting the frail and elderly has come […]
If California is to meet our goals for greenhouse gas reduction and affordable housing, it’s time to break down the local barriers.
Key legislators push duplexes, looser regulations and more money to boost housing supply.
Los legisladores clave impulsan los dúplex, regulaciones más flexibles y más dinero para impulsar la oferta de viviendas.
A look at top contenders to be California’s top cop — and chief enforcer of consumer protection, internet privacy and criminal investigations.
As new state grants, tax credits and federal loans roll out, small business owners say their survival will depend more on reopening rules, red tape and resolving unemployment chaos. What happens next will shape the state’s job market for years to come.