If the referendum qualifies, the nation’s first statewide ban on single-use plastic bags will be suspended until voters weigh in, effectively buying plastic bag manufacturers more time.
California Governor Jerry Brown celebrated Christmas Eve by pardoning over one hundred former convicts, one of them a local man who now works with recovering drug addicts.
A federal agency that has jurisdiction over California’s bullet train says it has the authority to pre-empt state environmental law, creating uncertainty for numerous lawsuits fighting the project.
We take a look at five other athletes whose careers were wrecked by trouble with the law.
Starting later this month, bicyclists riding the streets of Southern California will have a little more room to maneuver through traffic.
A local mother has accused the retailer Anthropologie of breaking the law, when she says a manager did not allow her to breastfeed her baby on sales floor of the store.
Authorities said three people came into the salon and tied up an employee around 11 a.m. Tuesday.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed AB2683 on Tuesday, repealing a law that made it a misdemeanor to disobey a judge’s order to stay off electronic devices during a trial.
California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation replacing language in state law that defines marriage as “between a man and a woman.”
A potential new law could change the way college students engage in sexual activity on campus.
“Mr. Hill, good luck to you. You know I’m not doing this because I hate you. It’s just the law,” Judge Conley said.
CBS2’s Serene Branson reports council members aim to make history by approving the anti-bullying ordinance, which would ticket offenders targeting victims between the ages of 5 and 25.
A familiar late-night TV personality was among those who took in the protest over what critics say is a “Taliban-like” penal code in the country of Brunei.
State Senate Approves Bill That Would Drop Traditional Definition Of Marriage As ‘Between A Man And Woman’
The bill was sent to the Assembly on a 25-10 vote, with only Republicans in opposition. Two Republicans, Anthony Cannella of Ceres and Ted Gaines of Roseville, voted in favor.
Opponents of the Affordable Care Act (like Texas congressman Ted Cruz) insist it will be a job killer.