After discovering that his personal information was put on the Dark Web, state Sen. Dave Min started a cybersecurity and identity theft prevention committee. Select committees are designed to help senators learn about issues.
An outsized source of greenhouse gases, California cement companies are trying creative climate solutions to meet mandates. But they are seeking state help.
California Democrats welcome people in Florida and Texas opposed to their states’ stances on abortion, LGBTQ rights and gun control.
Multiple members of the California Legislature, including Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, were absent Jan. 6 after potential COVID-19 exposure at a going-away event for colleague the first week of the new session.
The gap between California climate change policy and daily reality becomes clear as state regulators expand Aliso Canyon during U.N. summit.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed 770 new California laws and vetoed 66. Here’s a look at what’s coming in the Golden State.
We have to remember that our goal is not just to reduce our own emissions here in California, but to catalyze a global effort.
Good morning, California. It’s Tuesday, April 13. Solutions elusive When it comes to California’s big problems, big money isn’t always enough. Today, Gov. Gavin Newsom will sign into law a $536 million wildfire prevention bill lawmakers sent to his desk on Monday. But even as the state Assembly and Senate unanimously passed the bill — […]
The Attorney General’s office is blocking access to key data that gun violence researchers need; AB 1237 would remove the red tape.
Good morning, California. It’s Monday, February 8. Churches can reopen indoors The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a major blow to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s executive authority when it knocked down California’s ban on indoor worship, ruling that the governor’s pandemic restrictions unfairly targeted churches in violation of the First Amendment. The 6-3 ruling issued late Friday […]