Decision day on a long list of bills, an Assembly slush fund meets its end, new questions about California’s congressional lines and more in our weekly Sacramento roundup.
The state can play a big role in getting a stadium done here, a court tells California to talk about sex and more in our weekly Sacramento roundup.
The task force gave the mayor an escape hatch to abandon his pledge to hold a public vote on a new stadium. But Mayor Kevin Faulconer says a vote is still the plan. So now what?
At the heart of the controversy swirling around Supervisor Dave Roberts is a car allowance. It will benefit him for many years to come even if he doesn’t survive the scandal.
The big May Revise drops, Gonzalez passes two bills to boost working women, SoCal pols are split on Atkins’ housing plan and more in our weekly Sacramento roundup.
A closer look at CalChamber’s list of “job killer” bills, Direct Democracy’s noble aims and more in our weekly roundup of news from the Capitol.
Assemblywoman Shirley Weber takes a stand, Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez bats a thousand and anti-vaxxers continue to strike.
A guide to Capitol jargon, praise and controversy over Prop. 47 and what the California GOP can teach the rest of the country.
The city has run out of money to reimburse residents who replace thirsty lawns with drought-resistant plants or artificial turf, but there are still some options for anyone looking for a rebate and to reduce outdoor watering.
Speaker Toni Atkins boots Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez from the public safety committee, bills addressing police cameras and citizen cameras advance and the DA endorses a school threats measure.