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In the latest sign of California’s improving budget outlook, the state general fund ended the fiscal year in the black for the first time since June 2007, according to the state controller’s monthly cash report.
Maybe the opportunity to support Tim Draper’s ballot measure to split California into six states is enough to stop you the second a signature gatherer approaches on the street.
Californians can start sipping wine at farmers markets.
Mike Curb, the former lieutenant governor who famously made trouble for Gov. Jerry Brown in the 1980s, demonstrated over the weekend that he is still capable of stirring the gubernatorial pot.
Mike Curb, the former lieutenant governor who famously made trouble for Gov. Jerry Brown when Brown was governor before and traveled out of state, demonstrated over the weekend that he is still capable of stirring the gubernatorial pot.
A majority of Californians don’t like the way income and wealth are distributed in the state, but they divide by political ideology and party affiliation and about how much government should do to reduce disparities between the wealthiest ...
Industry groups stir opposition to a cap-and-trade expansion they say will lead to higher gas pricesMonday, June 30, 2014 at 12:00 AM
With the heightened sensitivity of an election year and the expansion of the carbon program looming, critics are redoubling their opposition. The California Independent Oil Marketers Association, an industry group, has organized Fed Up at the Pu...
Three days before health officers in California were expected to begin enforcing legislation requiring bartenders and chefs to wear gloves when handling ready-to-eat food, Gov. Jerry Brown announced Saturday he has signed a bill repealing the le...
Two years after naming longtime aide Jim Humes to the First District Court of Appeal, Gov. Jerry Brown announced Saturday that he has appointed Humes presiding justice of the court's first division.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation accelerating the teacher firing process in California, his office announced Wednesday.