Sacramento Officials Assess Damage; Senate Cancels MeetingsNearly two-thirds of properties in Sacramento's business district were damaged over the weekend following three consecutive nights of protests over the killing of George Floyd.
California Senate Proposal Tackles Rents, Economic RecoveryCalifornians unable to pay their rent because of the coronavirus crisis could have their payments covered by the state Legislature, Senate leaders announced Tuesday, part of a massive $25 billion aid package that looks to the future to pay for relief needed today.
Bill That Would Change California Elementary Sex Ed From Opt-Out To Opt-In Fails Committee VoteSupporters of a bill that would change sex education in California rallied at the State Capitol ahead of a crucial committee vote on Wednesday.
Security Beefed Up, Chambers Under Investigation After Blood Thrown Onto Senate FloorIt was a bloody ending to the legislative session Friday when an anti-vaccine protester threw what looked like a bloody menstrual cup from the balcony onto the senate floor, hitting the desk of multiple senators.
Employers May Not Be Allowed To Discriminate Against Those With Braids, Dreadlocks, Kinky HairA person's hairstyle and hair texture may not be used to discriminate against someone in the workplace or K-12 schools.
Bill To End Hair Discrimination Passes The SenateThe bill to end hair discrimination passed another hurdle on its way to becoming law Monday.
Bill Proposed To Get More Homes Built In CaliforniaTwo California lawmakers want the state to streamline the housing production process in order to get more homes built in a timely manner.
Closing Time Could Get Pushed To 4 am In Sacramento, 6 Other CitiesCalifornia's proposal to extend last call until 4 am in several California cities passed the Assembly Committee on Governmental Organization Thursday, putting it one step closer to becoming law.
Hotel Worker Panic Button Law Being DebatedHotels will need to provide maids and other workers with panic buttons if a proposed bill becomes law.
Cyber Security Classes May Be Required In California SchoolsCalifornia students may need to take an online safety class in school.
Helping Dogs And Cats In An Emergency Could Become LawFirst responders and "Good Samaritans" may soon be protected by law if they help dogs and cats in an emergency.
Medication Abortions At CSU And UC Schools Being Debated At CapitolA requirement that all California State University and University of California campuses offer medication abortions is getting closer to passing the Legislature.
Lactation Room Requirements Could Change In CaliforniaNew mothers returning to work in California would have access to a designated lactation room if a bill making its way through the legislature becomes law.
Using Bots To Get People To Buy More Online May Get Harder In CaliforniaBusinesses using bots to get people to buy items online may need to stop under a proposed California law.
California's 4 am Last Call Bill Gets Closer To RealityCalifornia's last call bill has now been referred to the Assembly Committee on Governmental Organization.