Encinitas hopes the state can help solve one of its many housing issues, Assemblywoman Shirley Weber takes another shot at reforming teacher tenure, the Washington Post recognizes the joy of being a Californian and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.
SANDAG reform would empower San Diego’s mayor, a new bill targets a CEQA loophole many developers are fond of, Bo Derek makes an unlikely cameo and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.
The bill would not only give each of the cities on the SANDAG board a vote proportional to their population — making San Diego and Chula Vista far more powerful — it would make San Diego’s mayor the permanent chair of both SANDAG and the Metropolitan Transit System.
The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce is open to new taxes and fees for transportation and is supportive of state Sen. Toni Atkins’ plan to create a permanent source of money for affordable housing. The Chamber took a delegation of about 80 San Diego business leaders and politicians, including seven of the nine San […]
Assemblywoman Shirley Weber talks with constituents skeptical of Dems’ gas tax plan, Sen. Toni Atkins and Assemblyman Todd Gloria are outraged at Trump, meanwhile, Sens. Pat Bates and Joel Anderson are outraged at their Democratic colleagues.
It’s deadline day for new bills, the Legislature starts to reflect changing attitudes on gender, water problems stretch north and south and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.
Revisiting ComCal, Secretary of State Alex Padilla on his three-pronged anti-Trump strategy, Sen. Joel Anderson defends his human trafficking bill and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.
California’s stormwater system is a mess – but it doesn’t have to be.
San Diego lawmakers unveil bills to ease bureaucracy for transgendered residents, make voting by mail easier and help hungry college students. Plus: The California vs. Trump fight goes from rhetorical to real.
San Diego County has a long list of what it wants (and doesn’t want) from the state, California loses two greats and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.