In case you missed it:
The assisted death rate nearly doubled last year. Alexei Koseffreports.
Expecting disaster in the Janus court decision, unions got some goodies in the state budget, writes Adam Ashton.
The farm animal ballot measure has qualified for November, Bryan Andersonreports.
Gov. Jerry Brown has appointed a new head of the FPPC, Taryn Lunawrites.
Ashton also writes that scratcher ticket thieves have prompted action — if not transparency — at the California Lottery.
Will a deal on consumer privacy really avert a ballot measure?
From the opinion pages:
Dr. Sharad Jainwrites that Senate Bill 1152 will help homeless patients.