The chairman of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs has postponed consideration of legislation that would allow the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to build outpatient clinics and other facilities throughout the state.
California Gov. Jerry Brown, who feuded bitterly with Bill Clinton during the 1992 presidential campaign, on Tuesday endorsed Hillary Clinton, calling her nomination the “only path forward to win the presidency and stop the dangerous candidacy of Donald Trump.”
Gender wage disparities persist at four large California counties, according to a new state audit, which recommends that lawmakers require counties to better track gender differences in overall compensation.
Sacramento mayoral candidate Darrell Steinberg has worked since July as an adviser to the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the massive agency that partly relies on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to serve more than 19 million south state residents.
After the political convention confetti is swept away, a more sobering tradition of the presidential election begins: The regular, top-secret intelligence briefings for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the likely Democratic nominee.
If you like contentious, insult-laced news conferences, you’ll be in luck should Donald Trump ascend to the White House, the likely Republican president nominee acknowledges. Speaking to reporters from Trump Tower, ostensibly to detail the veterans’ groups he raised money for, a testy Trump turns the 40-minute appearance into a litany of complaints against political reporters, at one point calling an ABC News reporter “a sleaze.”
Ramping up the excitement ahead of California’s June 7 primary, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders will be in the Sacramento area for public rallies on Wednesday night.