Trump Presidency Puts California Legislature In Defense ModeAs California lawmakers return to Sacramento on Wednesday, liberal dreams of expanding safety-net benefits and providing health coverage to immigrants are giving way to a new vision revolving around a feverish push to protect gains racked up in the past.
Proposed Bill Would Make Officially Make Cheerleading In High School A SportCleanup crews continued to mop up oil-stained beaches along California's Central Coast two weeks after an onshore underground pipeline ruptured, leaking thousands of gallons of crude into the Pacific.
Healthcare For Undocumented Immigrants Up For Debate At California Capitol This WeekUnder the bill, low-income immigrant families would be able to get regular medical care through the state's Medi-Cal program.
Democratic Legislators Criticize UC Tuition HikesDemocratic legislative leaders returning to the state Capitol are taking aim at tuition hikes approved by the University of California.
Lawmakers Pass Bills On Guns And AmmoThe bills are designed help prevent tragedies such as the May shooting rampage near U.C. Santa Barbara.
Bill Would Mandate Paid Sick Time For Workers California employers would be required to offer paid sick time to all workers under legislation that passed the state Assembly but was criticized by Republican lawmakers.
California Proposals Aim To Help Young OffendersJuvenile offenders would have an easier time putting their pasts behind them under bills working their way through the Legislature.
Calif. State Lawmakers Returning From Recess, Face Hundreds Of BillsLawmakers return from their spring recess this week focusing on hundreds of bills that have to pass from one house to the other by the end of May, but the most contentious issues will come later.
Embattled State Sen. Ron Calderon Takes Indefinite Leave Of Absence A California state lawmaker facing federal corruption charges alleging he took kickbacks while in office said Sunday evening he has taken an indefinite leave of absence from the Legislature while he awaits trial.
California Legislature Passes $687 Million Drought-Relief PlanA $687 million drought-relief plan is headed to the governor's desk after winning overwhelming approval in both houses of the Legislature.
Bills Moving Through California Legislature Strengthen Campaign Reporting LawsBills advancing through the Legislature would give California's campaign watchdog agency more power and require political nonprofits to reveal their donors.
GOP Lawmakers Say Convicted Senator Should Resign3 Republican lawmakers are demanding Sen. Roderick Wright be expelled or forced to resign.

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