California DMV Opens Up Applications For Federally-Compliant Real IDCalifornia is now accepting applications for a new type of ID that will soon be required at all federal checkpoints and to get on a plane.
From Sacramento To LA, Women's March Protests Trump PoliciesHundreds of thousands of women's marchers amassed at parks and city halls throughout California on Saturday to condemn sexual harassment, violence against women and the presidency of Donald Trump.
Bill Establishing Surfing As California's Official Sport IntroducedAssemblymember Al Muratsuchi (D-Torrance) and Joint Author Assembly Majority Leader Ian Calderon (D-Whittier) on Wednesday introduced AB 1782, a bill that would establish surfing as California's state sport.
Court Tosses Lawsuit Seeking Legal California ProstitutionThe court ruled that California had legitimate reasons for criminalizing prostitution, including discouraging human trafficking and violence against women.
Passport Mark For Sex Offenders Challenged Again In CAA group representing sex offenders is trying again to block a law that requires a marker to be placed in the passports of people convicted of sex offenses against children.
Study Blames CA Pot Farms For Poisonings Of Endangered OwlsA new study says rat poison from pot farms in California forests appears to be poisoning endangered Northern spotted owls.
California Bill Would Ease Erasure Of Pot ConvictionsA Democratic lawmaker wants to make it easier for Californians with marijuana convictions to reduce or erase their records as the state moves into the next phase of legalized pot.
New Fears Of Another Drought Hang Over Season's First Snow MeasurementCalifornia's water managers are measuring as little as 3 percent of normal snowpack in areas of the Sierra Nevada mountains as they conduct the first manual surveys of the state's crucial winter snowfall.
California Lawmakers To Confront Sexual Misconduct ScandalThe Senate must confront how to handle one of its members, Sen. Tony Mendoza, a Democrat who has refused calls to step aside amid an investigation into his alleged inappropriate behavior
Customers Line Up For Broad Legal Pot Sales In CaliforniaJust after midnight, some raised joints instead of champagne glasses.
As CA Readies Itself For Legalization, Here Is Some Of What You Can And Can't Do With Recreational Pot"What a lot of people don't realize is that you can't just smoke marijuana whenever you feel like it or wherever you'd like to," an attorney told CBS2 News.
New California Laws Cover Immigration, Marijuana, EducationCalifornia state lawmakers in 2017 passed nearly 900 bills that Gov. Jerry Brown then signed into law. Most of them take effect Monday.

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