The Denti-Cal system is rotting, the sprint to the end of the legislative session continues and more in our weekly roundup of news from the capital.
A stack of bills goes to Gov. Jerry Brown as the Legislature marches toward the end of the session, Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez goes hungry and more in our weekly roundup of news from the capital.
Suspense day will decide hundreds of bills’ fates, a personal look at aid in dying, drought restrictions are easing and more in our weekly digest of news from the Capitol.
California law students could soon be required to provide 50 hours of pro bono legal work as a graduation requirement, under a bill sponsored by Sen. Marty Block.
Encinitas is still ground zero for housing policy debate, San Diego lawmakers speak out against gun control measures, a slate of new bills signed into law and more in our weekly digest of news from Sacramento.
A sickly showing from California at the RNC, San Diego adopts a plastic bag ban as statewide confusion swirls, a San Diegan is leading the charge to overturn new gun-control measures and more in our weekly digest of news from the Capitol.
Instead of the usual trip for San Diegans to get heard – a flight or long car ride to Sacramento – officials from Sacramento came Thursday night to San Diego. California Air Resources Board staff and one local board member hosted a forum in Barrio Logan on air quality and climate change issues. The board […]
Assemblywoman Toni Atkins on what the state budget will do for San Diego, questions over cap and trade and more in our weekly roundup of news from the Capitol.
An adult film star on a ballot measure requiring condoms in porn, the ballot grows ever longer, a push to cover homelessness goes statewide and more in our weekly roundup of news from the Capitol.
Representatives of the three states have been huddling behind closed doors and, for the first time ever, California water officials are offering to give up some of the state’s strongest claims to the Colorado River – at least temporarily. San Diego water officials are sitting on the sidelines, but that hasn’t stopped them from voicing strong opinions about a possible deal.