State Sen. Susan Rubio: My bill, SB 735, authorizes local jurisdictions to utilize safety cameras to enforce speed limits in school zones.
California election officials are running out of time. Let’s work backwards through the process: Before the state holds its primary election in 2022, it has to give candidates the opportunity to file to run; Before that, it has to create district maps so that those candidates know who and what they’ll actually be running to […]
Good morning, California. It’s Friday, August 28. Police reforms uncertain Protests over racism and police brutality are reigniting across California following the Wisconsin police shooting of Jacob Blake, even as state lawmakers back away from a slate of police reform bills introduced after George Floyd’s death as the legislative session draws to a close. As […]
La SB 1141 permite describir el control coercitivo del abusador, que incluye el comportamiento psicológicamente dañino y abusivo, como evidencia de apoyo en las audiencias del tribunal familiar y en los juicios penales.
SB 1141 allows survivors to describe abuser’s coercive control as supporting evidence in family court hearings and criminal trials.
Legislation to abolish California’s test of would-be teachers’ ability to teach reading should be deferred in this pandemic-shortened session.
Housing bill stalls again in Legislature. Newsom calls PG&E bankruptcy a “godsend,” looks to overhaul behavioral health system.
Gov. Gavin Newsom, a father of four, promised he’d put kids front and center in his first- year agenda — and the legislative year was good to K-12 Californians.
Senator’s domestic violence bill is personal. California justice says colleague sexually harassed her. New HIV-prevention drug sparks debate.
Susan Rubio, whose domestic violence allegations against her ex made headlines and cost him a seat in the Assembly, is a senator now. And she has a bill.