Cultural Adornments May Be Allowed At California Graduation CeremoniesGraduates wanting to wear cultural adornments to their graduation ceremonies may soon be allowed to by law.
2 Women Accuse California Assemblyman Of Sexual HarassmentTwo women spoke out on Monday, accusing California Assemblyman Matt Dababneh of inappropriate contact.
Lawmakers Approve Package Of Bills To Address California's Housing CrunchThe California Assembly has approved a multi-bill package to address the state's affordable housing crunch.
Proposed Initiative Would Require Bills Posted 3 Days Before Legislature VotesThe proposed initiative would also require the Legislature to publish all committee and floor proceedings online within 24 hours and keep them online in a downloadable format for at least 20 years.
California Legislator Faces Restraining Order Amid DivorceA California assemblyman has been ordered to keep a safe distance from his estranged wife amid allegations that he physically abused her during their brief marriage.
Ex-Assembly Speaker's Son To Be Released After 7 Years Of Manslaughter SentenceA man convicted of manslaughter who is the son of a former California Assembly speaker is about to be set free from priso
California Assembly Approves Bills To Make Diapers More AffordableThe California Assembly is advancing two measures intended to make diapers more affordable, particularly for the poor.
California Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins Plans To Fight Fellow Democrat For Senate SeatThe challenge would have not only regional implications for Democrats but between the Assembly and Senate, which have a simmering rivalry even though both are Democrat-controlled.
California Right-To-Die Bill Expected To Pass Senate, Move Quickly To Governor's DeskThe bill will go back to the senate for a confirmation vote but in regular session it passed.
State Lawmakers Advance New Aid-In-Dying LegislationA legislative committee has advanced aid-in-dying legislation, sending the proposal to a floor vote in the California Assembly next week.
California Republicans Choose New Assembly Minority LeaderAssemblyman Chad Mayes of Yucca Valley was chosen Tuesday as the successor to Minority Leader Kristin Olsen of Modesto.
California Bill Would Protect People Who Record PoliceCalifornia's Assembly is advancing legislation meant to protect residents from retribution for recording police.
New Law Would Protect Homeless People Sleeping In Cars From FinesThe California Assembly is advancing legislation to protect homeless people who live in their cars from fines and vehicle impounds.
California Soda Tax Plan Rejected By Assembly PanelThe Assembly Health Committee on Tuesday voted 10-6 against AB1357, which would add an extra 2-cents-per-ounce charge for sugar-sweetened beverages.
Assembly Approves Beer And Wine At Hair SalonsThe California Assembly has approved legislation that would make it legal for hair salons and barbershops to offer customers free beer and wine.