Gov. Brown Signs Body Camera Law Requiring Release Of Critical Incident FootageWith the signing of AB 748, all law enforcement agencies in California are now required to release body cam footage from critical incidents within 45 days.
Gov. Brown Vetoes Bill To Open Safe Injection Sites In San FranciscoAdvocates of "safe injection" sites say the locations would save lives by preventing drug overdoses and providing access to counseling.
California Becomes First State To Require Women On Corporate BoardsThe measure requires at least one female director on the board of each California-based public corporation by the end of next year.
New California Internet Neutrality Law Sparks US LawsuitCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown signed the nation's toughest net neutrality measure Sunday, requiring internet providers to maintain a level playing field online.
Billions Earmarked For Low-Income Housing Mishandled, State Pushes For Affordable HousingThe state is trying to tackle the housing crisis in Sacramento by building affordable housing
California Scraps Helmet Mandate For Motorized ScootersCalifornians soon won't have to wear helmets while zipping around on motorized scooters.
California Announces Sister Relationship With German StateCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown has announced a sister-state relationship with a German state that furthers strengthens climate and economic ties between the two entities.
Wildfire Victims Rally In Opposition To Brown's Wildfire ProposalThe proposal would lessen PG&E’s liability over damages if the utility “acted reasonably," and not allow victims to seek restitution.
White House Approves Major Disaster Declaration For Shasta CountyGov. Jerry Brown on Saturday called on President Donald Trump to help California fight and recover from another devastating wildfire season.
Governor Brown Commutes Convicted Murderer's Sentence After Disputed Plea DealGov. Jerry Brown has commuted the sentence of a 57-year-old woman who's serving life in prison without parole despite a bungled plea deal that could have freed her decades ago.
Governor OKs Open-Carry Gun Restriction, Vetoes Second BillGov. Jerry Brown on Friday signed into law a bill further restricting the open carrying of firearms in California, while vetoing a bill that critics said would have harmed gun stores.