Social Media Sites May Need To Get Parental Approval Before A Child Under 13 Opens AccountSocial media sites may need to get a parent or guardian's consent before allowing a person under the age of 13 to create an account.
Full-Day Kindergarten Requirement Closer To Becoming The Law In CaliforniaBy the start of the 2022-23 school year, all public and charter school districts in California may need to have full-day kindergarten. Right now, districts can choose to offer full- or half-day kindergarten; however, students aren't required to attend school in the state until first grade.
Caught Texting While Driving? Get Ready For A Point On Your RecordDistracted driving accounts for about ten percent of all deadly crashes and now California drivers caught texting or holding a phone may have a point added to their record.
California May Put 25 Dollars Into A 529 College Savings Account For Every Baby Born In The StateAll babies born in California in the new year could start with at least 25 dollars in a college fund unless a parent chooses to opt-out of the Scholarshare 529 program.
Doctored Videos Shared To Make Pelosi Sound Drunk Viewed Millions Of TimesThe crudely edited video comes amid warnings from the US intelligence community that more sophisticated video manipulation may be part of future disinformation campaigns targeting the American electorate.
California Senate Votes To Ban Smoking At State ParksCalifornia lawmakers are trying again to ban smoking at state parks and coastal beaches.
Raising The Rent? Landlords May Need To Give Tenants More NoticeMore than half of all Californians who rent a home or apartment pay more than 30 percent of their income toward rent, with an additional quarter paying more than 50 percent of their income for housing.
California Could Be Months Away From Allowing State Workers To Bring Infants To WorkCalifornia's proposal to allow state workers to bring their infants to work passed the Assembly Thursday and now goes to the State Senate for review and debate.
California Senate Panel OK's $214 Billion Spending PlanCalifornia wants to give more benefits to people living in the country illegally as lawmakers in the state Senate advanced a $214 billion spending proposal Wednesday that would expand health coverage and tax credits for immigrants.
California Senate Rejects Proposed Tax On Water BillsThe California Senate has voted to reject a new tax on most residential water bills.
SB58, 'Last Call Bill', Passes State SenateThe so-called "Last Call Bill" is one step closer to becoming reality in some several California cities. 
Trump Administration Won't Immediately Give Away $1B It Revoked For California RailThe Trump administration has said it will not immediately give $1 billion it revoked from California's high-speed rail project to another project.