Californians To Vote On 7 Ballot Measures This NovemberCalifornia voters will weigh in on seven ballot measures this fall, the fewest to appear on a statewide general election ballot since 2014.
California Adds Laws Targeting Ghost Guns, Sales To MinorsCalifornia, which already has some of the nation's toughest gun laws, has added new restrictions on untraceable "ghost guns" and on marketing firearms to minors, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday.
FDA Recommends Changing Composition Of Covid-19 Vaccines For Use This FallThe US Food and Drug Administration decided Thursday to advise manufacturers that when they update the Covid-19 vaccine booster they should add an Omicron BA.4/5 component to the current vaccine mix.
California Lawmakers Demand Accountability After Personal Info Of Concealed Weapons Holders LeakedState Republican lawmakers are demanding accountability from the attorney general after personal information of every Californian with concealed carry weapons permits was leaked.
'We're Ruining The Planet': California Sets Nation's Toughest Plastics Reduction RulesCompanies selling shampoo, food and other products wrapped in plastic have a decade to cut down on their use of the polluting material if they want their wares on California store shelves.
Californians Won't Weigh 'Involuntary Servitude' AmendmentCalifornia will not consider amending its constitution to eliminate indentured servitude as a possible punishment for crime after Gov. Gavin Newsom's administration predicted that it could cost the state billions of dollars to pay minimum wage to prison inmates.
'It Is What It Is': California's Gas Tax Goes Up On July 1The tax is built into the price per gallon at the pump in California, and the increase of 2.8 cents will go into effect on July 1st.
Big Ten Votes To Add USC, UCLS As Members Starting In 2024In a surprising and seismic shift in college athletics, the Big Ten voted Thursday to add USC and UCLA as conference members beginning in 2024.
'Everybody Benefits When Everyone Is Covered': California First To Cover Health Care For All ImmigrantsCalifornia on Thursday became the first state to guarantee free health care for all low-income immigrants living in the country illegally, a move that will provide coverage for an additional 764,000 people at an eventual cost of about $2.7 billion a year.
To Avoid Blackouts, California May Tap Fossil Fuel PlantsLooking to avoid power blackouts, California may turn to the one energy source it's otherwise desperate to get rid of: fossil fuels.
California Lawmakers Advances Bid To Create Legal Drug Injection SitesThe California state Assembly on Thursday approved a controversial bill allowing Los Angeles, Oakland and San Francisco to set up places where opioid users could legally inject drugs in supervised settings.