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California’s action points to a sea change in how America perceives its most popular sport. As the perils of football have become undeniable, highlighted by mounting evidence of severe damage to the brains of professional and college athle...
Shoddy oversight led California to approve almost $1 million for potentially ineligible drug rehabilitation providers, including for services supposedly rendered to dead people, according to a new state audit.
Thirty-four years after he entered the State Capitol with a gig in the mailroom, longtime Assembly Rules Committee guru Jon Waldie received a hero’s sendoff on Monday.
One of many justifications California teachers can invoke to banish wayward students from classrooms, “willful defiance” clauses have drawn scrutiny from educators, civil rights advocates and legislators who say they are overused and...
Pornographic performers in California can remain condom-free for the foreseeable future, with legislators nixing a proposed condom mandate on Thursday.
Regulating California’s medical marijuana industry will likely have to wait another year.
In a clash pitting large chains against the people who manage individual stores, legislation giving franchise owners more flexibility in managing their businesses squeaked out of the California Assembly on Thursday.
California voters will be asked to authorize $7.5 billion to bolster the state’s water supply, infrastructure and ecosystems in November, as lawmakers and Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday struck a long-sought deal to move a new water bond to ...
As California lawmakers sped toward a vote on a new water bond on Wednesday, Democrats and Gov. Jerry Brown extended a new $7.5 billion offer in hopes of securing necessary Republican votes.
As California nears a new legislatively imposed deadline for putting a revised water bond on the November ballot, Gov. Jerry Brown met with legislative leaders and several prominent interest groups to push for a deal.