Gov. Jerry Brown

Brown OKs Medical Marijuana RegulationsThe first statewide licensing and operating rules for pot growers, manufacturers of cannabis-infused products and retail weed stores comes as multiple groups try to qualify voter initiatives in 2016 that would allow adults to use marijuana recreationally.
Californians' Fake Lawns Protected By New LawCities in drought-stricken California can no longer stop residents from installing fake grass to replace their water-guzzling lawns.
California Grooms Utility Giants To Compete Against Big OilCalifornia wants more drivers to dump the pump and plug in.
Gov. Brown Signs Climate Change Legislation At Griffith Park ObservatoryGov. Jerry Brown visited Griffith Observatory on Wednesday to sign a bill mandating for half of California's electricity to come from renewable sources by the year 2030.
Brown Signs Hard-Won Right-To-Die LegislationCalifornia has become the largest state in America to allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives using doctor-prescribed drugs after Gov. Jerry Brown signed the "End of Life Option Act" Monday.
California Weighs Banning Concealed Handguns On CampusesCalifornia is once again considering a move to tighten its restrictions on guns with a ban on the concealed carry of handguns at colleges and schools.
California Lawmakers Renew Push To Pass Right-To-Die BillThe bill allowing doctors to prescribe life-ending drugs was renewed by legislators in a special session on health care convened by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Governor Allows Parole For Transgender California InmateGov. Jerry Brown is allowing parole for a transgender inmate who is trying to force California to become the first state to pay for sex reassignment surgery.
New California Law Recognizes Professional Cheerleaders As EmployeesGov. Jerry Brown has approved legislation recognizing California's professional cheerleaders as employees who are entitled to minimum wage and overtime.
Gov. Brown Signs Bill To Ban Brown Lawn Fines In SoCalCalifornia is now in it's fourth year of ongoing drought conditions.
Ballot Measure Threatens California Water Tunnels PlanA measure expected to quality for the November 2016 ballot could threaten Gov. Jerry Brown's $15 billion twin tunnel plan to send water around the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
California Urged To Return $331M Meant For HomeownersA Sacramento County judge found that the governor and state Legislature unlawfully diverted most of a fund that was part of a $25 billion settlement between five major banks and nearly every state in 2012.