The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously Wednesday in support of a bill that would allow unauthorized immigrants to apply for driver’s licenses.
The state Senate approved legislation Wednesday that would use California’s tax policy in an attempt to pressure the Boy Scouts of America into fully accepting gay members.
California would take its first steps to protect the public from the increased use of unmanned aircraft under a bill approved by the state Senate.
Legislation approved by the state Senate on Thursday would force pranksters who make hoax 911 calls, like the ones used to target celebrities, pay for the cost of police responding to the fake emergencies.
A Southern California lawmaker is set to make a new push in Sacramento for increased transparency in hospital billing.
California lawmakers promised Tuesday to move cautiously as they consider tighter restrictions on handguns, assault rifles and ammunition purchases.
A state lawmaker from Burbank wants to prevent motorists from being ticketed when they park at broken parking meters.
California would allow three extra days for mail-in ballots to be accepted by elections officials under a bill approved by the state Senate.
The public pension changes negotiated by Gov. Jerry Brown and Democratic legislative leaders have begun making their way through both houses in what is expected to be a quick journey to the governor’s desk.
Hundreds of thousands of young illegal immigrants could get California driver’s licenses if a bill headed to Gov. Jerry Brown becomes law.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced a “historic pension reform agreement” Tuesday that will cap pensions and raise employee contributions and the retirement age.
California lawmakers struck a somber tone Monday when they eulogized the victims of the shooting rampage at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin.
Lawmakers were one step closer on Friday to passing legislation that would limit law enforcement from implementing federal immigration law.
If you enjoy a good cockfight, it could cost you.
A vote on Thursday to approve the Los Angeles Unified School District budget for next year faces stiff opposition from the district’s own superintendent.