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Antoinette Siu

Contributing Writer
Antoinette Siu is a journalist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She holds a B.A. in peace and conflict studies from the University of California, Berkeley and M.A. in journalism from Syracuse University as a Newhouse fellow. Antoinette has covered health care, transportation and business topics and been published in The Washington Post, San Francisco Examiner, The Post-Standard and others.

California’s push to pass the nation's strongest net neutrality protections—and bring back Obama-era rules undone by the Trump administration—advanced today, one step in a high-stakes tech battle that's being waged…

We're keeping track here of how many #metoo bills to combat sexual harassment win approval from the California Legislature and Gov. Jerry Brown.

Though two state workarounds remain in play as California's Legislature enters the final days of the session, lawmakers have less than a week to find an alternative to new federal…

Lobbyists for ride-sharing companies are scrambling to delay until next year (and the next governor's administration) a far-reaching California Supreme Court decision that would protect workers at firms such as…

Of all the constituencies clamoring for help as firenados ravage California, homeowners worried about their fire insurance seem among the least likely this year to get legislative relief.

California is moving toward becoming the first state to fine companies that fail to have women on their boards of directors.

California now has more payday lenders than it does McDonald’s. While some states have restricted their operations, California's Legislature keeps burying bills that aim to crack down on predatory lending.

California Democrats have either concocted a clever way to thwart the Trump administration’s tax plan by gaming the tax credit programs, or they're engaging in magical thinking.

Democratic legislators said today they’ve settled their differences on net neutrality in California, advancing bills that, if passed, would create the most far-reaching internet regulation since the federal government abandoned…

California has been a national leader in the effort to expand health care coverage, but some advocates say this year’s state budget marks a step backward in the quest to…

With just 11 days to go until the federal government intends to roll back net neutrality, California’s Senate has stepped into the void by advancing a bill that aims to…

Some California lawmakers want to create a new business services tax, which they say would allow the state to cut California’s high sales tax to consumers and pull the state’s…

Nothing good lasts forever. That was the familiar message reverberating from Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday as he unveiled his updated version of the 2018-19 state budget—his 16th budget in…

These proposals could reduce the use of non-disclosure agreements and similar legal tools that can tie victims’ hands.

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