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You can monitor the growing list of sexual harassment cases that the California Legislature has substantiated and released records about via this spreadsheet, created by CALmatters' Capitol news analyst Laurel…

The Legislature has released another swath of harassment records—this time detailing five cases it substantiated or in which a settlement was reached—involving elected members and high-level employees between 1992 and…

You may have heard the state has the highest taxes in the country, or that Prop. 13 has saved or ruined California. But what’s really true, or half true? Share…

So the Capitol Correspondents Association of California—which represents reporters who cover the statehouse—today sent a letter to the Legislature's leaders asking for an improved and consistent system for releasing information…

A huge twist emerged this week in the Capitol’s months-long reckoning over sexual harassment: A female lawmaker who helped spark the movement to end misconduct is taking a leave of absence while she...

Four current lawmakers, two former lawmakers and a dozen legislative employees are named in a trove of records the California Legislature released today showing substantiated cases of sexual...

Gov. Jerry Brown’s landmark school funding formula would not only win more money under the state budget blueprint he released Wednesday but also be subjected to the sort of transparency…

Both leaders of California’s Legislature have agreed to release records about certain investigations of sexual harassment in the state Capitol.                     …

Taking a different tone from his counterpart in the state Senate, Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon on Wednesday would not yet commit to releasing information reporters requested about sexual...

Typically we make these requests with a formal letter using boilerplate legal language to explain what we want and why it’s public information under California law. But recently, I tried…

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