More Retailers Say They Will Stay Closed On Thanksgiving, Major Chains Yet To Announce HoursAt least a dozen retail chains say they will stay closed on Thanksgiving Day 2019 and more are expected to follow suit.
Governor Vetoes Paid Family Leave For TeachersIt passed the legislature with a near-unanimous vote, but now Governor Gavin Newsom has vetoed a bill that would have given teachers six weeks paid leave after giving birth. 
California Sex Abuse Law Likely To Spur Thousands Of ClaimsThousands of lawsuits will be filed against alleged child molesters as well as the institutions that employed them under a new California law taking effect next year, attorneys predicted Monday.
CPUC Sanctions PG&E Over Power OutagesGov. Gavin Newsom has also criticized PG&E for its performance during the outage, blaming what he called decades of mismanagement, underinvestment and lousy communication with the public.
All CSU And UC Campuses Now Required To Offer Medication Abortions By 2023All California State University and University of California campuses must offer medication abortions at student health centers by January 1, 2023.
California Junior High And High School Teachers Will Be Offered LGTBQ Training Under New LawGovernor Gavin Newsom agrees all California public and charter school teachers should be offered in-service training to help them better understand LGBTQ students.
Starting In 2022, Californians In Some Areas Can Legally Eat RoadkillDrivers on several California roads can soon take home roadkill and eat it.
Governor Newsom Vetoes Bill Aimed At Informing Parents About Electronic Cigarette ProductsCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom agrees with the state Department of Public Health and will not require all electronic cigarette manufacturers to submit pictures and descriptions of each product it sells to better inform parents of the products available.
Governor Vetoes Bill Requiring Full-Day Kindergarten In California School DistrictsCalifornia will not require school districts to offer at least one full-day kindergarten class.
Governor Newsom Agrees California Middle And High Schools Need Later Start TimesHigh schools in California will need to push the first bell back to 8:30 am starting in the 2022-2023 school year so teenagers can get more sleep.
California Bill Signed Mandating School Start Times Be Pushed BackCalifornia is set to become the first state in the country to mandate school start times be pushed back at public schools.