The State Worker Newsletter

Veiled threats from Trump ‘are par for the course,’ says California AG

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra talks during a January news conference in Sacramento.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra talks during a January news conference in Sacramento. The Associated Press

Clinics don’t have a right to lie about abortion. This is an easy call, Supreme Court

In case you missed it:

Attorney General Xavier Becerra is in talks with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for a national vehicle emissions standard.

California's efforts to regulate big rigs may start a fight with the Trump administration.

Trump is out to 'sabotage' the U.S. Census, Secretary of State Alex Padilla said. (VIDEO)

First dog Colusa Brown enjoyed the hail storm on Monday. (VIDEO)

Are California agencies prepared to fight year-round wildfires?

From the opinion pages:

California’s Dreamers are safe for now, but Trump’s war on immigrants continues, The Bee Editorial Board writes.

Former Sacramento Mayor Heather Fargo has some ideas to fix the housing crisis.

There are two red flags that California’s economy isn’t as healthy as we think, Sen. John Moorlach says.

Clinics don’t have a right to lie about abortion. This is an easy call, Supreme Court, argues Erwin Chemerinsky.

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