Lawmakers in Sacramento were scrambling on Wednesday to patch together a state budget proposal ahead of a deadline for the legislature to pass a new fiscal plan.
Should private corporations help pay for students to attend public university?
California Democrats met in San Diego Sunday to officially endorse candidates for State Assembly, State Senate and the US Congress.
A case of political sour grapes turned ugly in West Hollywood — and it was all caught on camera.
An Orange County lawmaker is proposing legislation that would end California’s multi-billion dollar dream of high-speed railway.
A Southland lawmaker on Friday claimed a major win for taxpayers across California after a judge’s ruling that calls for more tranparency in Sacramento.
The public can access salary information for lawmakers and staff on the Assembly website, but the information isn’t published for as long as two years after the expenditure is actually processed.
Democrats in the California Assembly on Thursday narrowly approved giving state regulators the power to reject proposed rate hikes by health insurers, voting after Republican lawmakers walked out of the chamber in protest.
Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner wants to capitalize on what she calls “very high” levels of support for targeting the highest tax brackets in the state.
Assemblyman Chris Norby said he voted for AB1389 because checkpoints are nothing more than “fishing expeditions” that target drivers without licenses.
The California Assembly has approved a bill to prohibit openly carrying unloaded handguns in public after a debate that pitted gun rights proponents against chiefs of police.
Republican state lawmakers say Gov. Jerry Brown does not need tax extensions to fill California’s remaining deficit.
One house of the California Legislature has narrowly approved the nation’s first state law that would force rental car companies to pull vehicles off the road after a safety recall.
Steve Sanchez, a former Marine, is in “great pain” as he recovers from an attack while trying to break up a disturbance at a Whittier birthday party.