A 30-second ad against Proposition 61, the drug-pricing initiative, features the story of an Iraq War veteran. It incorrectly suggests that the initiative would increase co-pays for veterans and otherwise increase their costs.
Lawmakers from both parties want the Pentagon to drop a program that has collected $22 million from California National Guard soldiers. The troops accepted re-enlistment bonuses they were not entitled to receive.
California supporters of former Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz want to help win tight congressional and legislative races. California Chairman Ron Nehring, California Political Director Michael Schroeder and State Director Jason Scalese lead the effort.
Tom Steyer said Monday that his NextGen organizations have registered 1 million voters, including more than 743,000 new voters in California and 294,000 in battleground states, including Ohio, Pennsylvania and Nevada.
President Barack Obama entertained Jimmy Kimmel's audience with some of the mean tweets sent his way, beginning with one sent by Donald Trump in August when he said "President Obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the United States."
Several Sacramento County governments recently sent residents mailers about Measure B, the transportation sales tax proposal on the November ballot. Measure B opponents argue these mailers represent an improper use of public funds to try to sway the vote.
In one of the most dramatic personal transformations in American political history, Tom Hayden went from being a famed 1960s and 1970s student radical to a mainstream elected official and elder statesman of the country's left. He died Sunday at age 76 following a lengthy illness.
Tom Hayden, peace activist, member of the Chicago Seven tried after the 1968 Democratic National Convention riots and a former California lawmaker, died at age 76 Sunday in Santa Monica after a long illness. Here are some highlights of Hayden’s life.
The three 17-inch ballot cards Sacramento County vote-by-mail voters receive in their ballot envelopes weigh more than an ounce, pushing them into the two-stamp weight category. Ballots with insufficient postage will still get delivered, but counties will have to pay the extra cost.
Hundreds of mobile-delivery services for medical marijuana are operating in a largely unregulated sector of California’s cannabis economy. State lawmakers and officials in cities such as Sacramento are scrambling to draft rules for the businesses or seeking ways to close them down.
Adult film star Jessica Drake held a press conference Saturday in which she accused Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump of offering her $10,000 to have sex with him and kissing her without her permission.
One 30-second ad against Proposition 61, the drug-pricing initiative, features the story of an Iraq War veteran to argue against its passage. But the spot incorrectly states that the measure would increase co-pays for veterans.
Ad featuring veteran against drug-pricing initiative misleads on copays
Ad against death penalty misleads on costs
Highlights from the final Trump-Clinton debate
'Bad hombres' and 'nasty woman' remarks offend Sacramento Democrats