Gov. Jerry Brown
Democratic members of the California state Senate are heading to Mexico for a four-day trip to improve government relations.
Gov. Jerry Brown has approved legislation recognizing California’s professional cheerleaders as employees who are entitled to minimum wage and overtime.
California state officials are considering rules that would keep traditional water-guzzling lawns away from new homes and buildings.
Gov. Jerry Brown’s solution is a two-tunnel system to move water south, starting outside Clarksburg and taking water from the Sacramento River. The water will move into a single tunnel until north of Walnut Grove. It will then move into a dual tunnel and flow into the south Delta.
California lawmakers have passed a compromise spending plan for the upcoming fiscal year.
It’s a tough pill to swallow, especially when experts say farmers have lost billions of dollars after water cuts and some people don’t have a reliable source of water.
Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders announced Tuesday that they reached a budget deal that calls for $115.4 billion in spending in the fiscal year that begins July 1, including more spending on social welfare programs that Democrats had made a priority.
Gov. Jerry Brown, also a Democrat, has been reluctant to go along with new spending commitments for welfare, health care and child care. He and Republicans are concerned that the state won’t collect as much in taxes as Democrats are projecting, leaving the state vulnerable if the economy dips.
The Golden State Warriors are in the NBA Finals for the first time in 40 years. Back then, Jerry Brown was also the governor of California and the state was in a historic drought. The last time the Warriors made the finals was in 1975. Things may have been a bit different then. We dressed differently, but it just goes to show, the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Tim Matieson has been breeding the fox-like dogs for nearly 50 years and says the addition to the Brown family is a win for the breed and the state.
Gov. Jerry Brown is proposing a record $115.3 billion California spending plan that will send more money to public schools, set aside reserves and create a new state tax credit for the working poor.
Gov. Jerry Brown is expected to maintain a slow-growth approach for California when he updates his spending plan Thursday, while responding to pressure from fellow Democrats seeking to close the income gap by offering a $380 million-a-year proposal to create tax credit for the working poor.