Infants Could Get To Go To Work With Their State Worker ParentsStarting January 1, state workers may get to bring their infants to work.
California May Ban Hotels From Giving Guests Tiny Bottles Of Shampoo, Conditioner, LotionHotels in California may no longer be able to provide guests with tiny bottles of shampoo, conditioner, lotion, or other personal care products.
California May Ban All Smartphones At SchoolsCalifornia may ban all students from using smartphones at school.
Paying For Ballot Signatures May Soon Be Against The LawPaying signature-gatherers for state or local initiatives, referendums, or recall petitions may become a misdemeanor in California.
Military Veterans May Get More Credit At California Community CollegesVeterans enrolled in California Community Colleges may get more college credit for the time they served in the military.
Los Angeles Voters Back At Polls To Fill Open Assembly SeatVoters in northeastern Los Angeles are heading to the polls yet again Tuesday for a packed primary to fill a vacant state Assembly seat.
Immigration, Health Care Bills Advance In CaliforniaEfforts to resist President Donald Trump's border wall, create a government-run health care system and tackle a statewide housing shortage have cleared a major hurdle in the California Legislature.
California Soda Tax Fails For Eighth Time In Six YearsAB2782 would have imposed a 2-cent-per-ounce fee on sugary drinks. The money would have benefited clinics that address obesity, diabetes and oral health.
California Bill Would Ban Confederate Leaders' Names for Public PlacesThe Assembly on Monday voted 57-11 on SB539 by Democratic Sen. Steve Glazer of Orinda.
California Assembly Urges Other States To Remove Confederate FlagThe Confederate flag has come under scrutiny nationwide after the killings of nine parishioners at a historically black church in South Carolina by an alleged white supremacist.
California Assembly Considers Ways To Boost Election TurnoutAssembly Bill 1461 would change the way Californians vote by mailing a ballot to every voter, expanding early voting, and allowing a voter to cast a ballot at any polling place instead of their usual polling location.
California Assembly Committee Passes Controversial Vaccine Bill Amid Emotional DebateThe Assembly Health Committee voted 12-6 in favor of the bill, which came in response to a measles outbreak at Disneyland in December that infected more than 100 people in the U.S. and Mexico.
Assemblyman Looking For Ways To Prevent Wrong-Way Crashes After Three Fatal Incidents This YearA system used in Florida and Texas features sensors to tell if a car is going the wrong way on a highway, immediately notifying law enforcement and activating signs.
California Assembly Speaker Proposes $52 Annual Fee For Road RepairsAssembly Speaker Toni Atkins announced plans Wednesday to raise $2 billion a year for repairs to the state's crumbling roads, bridges and highways.
California Bill Would Make Cheerleading A SportThe California Interscholastic Federation oversees high school sports, and has never formally considered adding cheerleading as a sport.