More Videos

Sexual harassment cases at the California Capitol 1:56

Sexual harassment cases at the California Capitol

California needs to prepare for recession, Jerry Brown says 0:42

California needs to prepare for recession, Jerry Brown says

California AG warns employers on immigration 1:19

California AG warns employers on immigration

Trump celebrates GOP tax bill 2:57

Trump celebrates GOP tax bill

What happens when the government shuts down? 1:38

What happens when the government shuts down?

Where minimum wages are the highest (and lowest) 1:27

Where minimum wages are the highest (and lowest)

'Ban the box' advocates say it gives ex-convicts a better shot to get hired 1:18

'Ban the box' advocates say it gives ex-convicts a better shot to get hired

Here's how California's sanctuary state bill works 1:26

Here's how California's sanctuary state bill works

Capitol chant: 'Fight, fight, fight. Housing is a human right' 0:57

Capitol chant: 'Fight, fight, fight. Housing is a human right'

How transgender and nonbinary Californians could benefit from IDs with their gender identity 0:48

How transgender and nonbinary Californians could benefit from IDs with their gender identity

  • Campaign ad warns of stoned drivers and marijuana candy

    Opponents of marijuana legalization contend Proposition 64 would endanger children allured by pot brownies and motorists sharing the road with stoned drivers. A web-only ad from opponents accurately advances those claims.

Opponents of marijuana legalization contend Proposition 64 would endanger children allured by pot brownies and motorists sharing the road with stoned drivers. A web-only ad from opponents accurately advances those claims. No on Prop 64
Opponents of marijuana legalization contend Proposition 64 would endanger children allured by pot brownies and motorists sharing the road with stoned drivers. A web-only ad from opponents accurately advances those claims. No on Prop 64
Capitol Alert

Capitol Alert

The go-to source for news on California policy and politics

Ad against marijuana legalization makes accurate claims

October 04, 2016 04:00 AM

Comments

More Videos

Sexual harassment cases at the California Capitol 1:56

Sexual harassment cases at the California Capitol

California needs to prepare for recession, Jerry Brown says 0:42

California needs to prepare for recession, Jerry Brown says

California AG warns employers on immigration 1:19

California AG warns employers on immigration

Trump celebrates GOP tax bill 2:57

Trump celebrates GOP tax bill

What happens when the government shuts down? 1:38

What happens when the government shuts down?

Where minimum wages are the highest (and lowest) 1:27

Where minimum wages are the highest (and lowest)

'Ban the box' advocates say it gives ex-convicts a better shot to get hired 1:18

'Ban the box' advocates say it gives ex-convicts a better shot to get hired

Here's how California's sanctuary state bill works 1:26

Here's how California's sanctuary state bill works

Capitol chant: 'Fight, fight, fight. Housing is a human right' 0:57

Capitol chant: 'Fight, fight, fight. Housing is a human right'

How transgender and nonbinary Californians could benefit from IDs with their gender identity 0:48

How transgender and nonbinary Californians could benefit from IDs with their gender identity

  • Sexual harassment cases at the California Capitol

    Two lawmakers have resigned and one is on leave at the California Capitol over allegations of improper conduct toward women at the California Capitol. At least one other is under investigation, while the Legislature decides whether to change to internal rules and state laws. Here's a rundown.