Here’s a look at some of the state legislative proposals that became the law of the land when the clock struck Jan. 1 of the new year.
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The two policymakers say their proposal will take an aggressive approach to California’s unprecedented affordable housing crisis.
Lila Rose became an anti-abortion activist after famously making hoaxy undercover videos in hopes of getting Planned Parenthood defunded.
Will lawmakers de-energize PG&E’s power to shut off the juice when the Red Flag warnings start flying again next year?
Bay Area Democratic Assemblyman Tony Thurmond declared victory Saturday as the state’s new superintendent of public instruction.
Many provisions of Senate Bill 901 have not yet taken effect, and even when they do, will impact the state gradually.
California’s school bond system amplifies existing inequities for the state’s public school students, a new analysis finds.
Body-cams, 911 calls and dash cams will be more accessible under legislation signed by Gov. Jerry Brown this month.
Raul Peralez is urging his colleagues to pass a resolution affirming the city’s support for its unions in the wake of Janus v. AFSCME.