Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez, a key union backer in the California Legislature, will step down to take over the California Labor Federation.
What is a skilled and trained workforce, and what could the labor requirement do to California affordable housing bills in the Legislature?
New bill would limit sky-high fees that enrich utilities at the expense of ratepayers, but legislators may need a push.
California is seeing two current examples of offloading civic fiascos rather than dealing with them directly.
Huge gaps exist in scientific knowledge, but California is about to set the world’s first health guidelines for microplastics in drinking water. Yet no one agrees how to test water for the tiny bits of plastic, or how dangerous they are.
Existen enormes lagunas en el conocimiento científico, pero California está a punto de establecer las primeras pautas de salud del mundo para los microplásticos en el agua potable. Sin embargo, nadie está de acuerdo en cómo analizar el agua en busca de pequeños trozos de plástico, o cuán peligrosos son.
The high school ethnic studies bill in the Legislature had all the stars aligned in its favor this year, so why was it defunded and implimentation delayed?
UC regents consider tax hike. Legislators consider cutting cannabis tax. State braces for another challenge to Obamacare and Medi-Cal
Affordable housing plan gets chilly reception. Big cities tackle homelessness in different ways. Push to ban e-cigarettes resurfaces.
Sen. Scott Wiener’s SB 50 is back with more local control for the cities and suburbs that twice helped sink it. Will the third time be the charm?