Hollywood Tax Credit Would Offer $330 Million A Year In Credits For Producers The compromise deal was brokered by the Democratic governor with legislative leaders from both parties. It will offer $330 million a year in credits to producers through a competitive bidding process and last for five years. Legislation Would Allow Oil Companies To Call Refinery Shutdown Information ‘Trade Secret’ SB1300 by Democratic Sen. Loni Hancock of Berkeley would protect information submitted to state officials from disclosure under the California Public Records Act.
Veterans Stationed In California Before Discharge Would Receive In-State Tuition Under Bill Lawmakers Approve Statewide Ban On Plastic Bags Political Ethics Bills To End Legislative Session Assembly Approves Statewide Ban On Plastic Bags Roads In Downtown Area To Close Today During Mexican President’s Visit CalPERS Committee Approves Higher Pension Calculations Gov. Jerry Brown Agrees To Debate Neel Kashkari
Stockton Police Hope Surveillance Video Helps Find Teen’s Killer The shooting happened at Market and East streets in Stockton. Police don’t believe it was drug- or gang-related, but say the 17-year-old was only blocks from his home when he was shot and killed. Women Respond To Ice Bucket Challenge By Raising Money For California Town With Dry Wells After being nominated for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, employees at Angeion Consulting decided that instead of dumping water on their heads, they’d donate to help a town running dangerously low on water.
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