A Burbank congressman said Thursday he expects lawmakers on both sides of the aisle to support an effort by California Senator Dianne Feinstein to renew a federal ban on assault weapons.
The proposed measure comes in the wake of several false reports of invaders at the homes of actor Tom Cruise, singers Chris Brown and Justin Bieber, among others.
A large group of celebrities participated in a PSA released Friday urging lawmakers to make a change to end gun violence.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill requiring professional sports stadiums and arenas to post security phone numbers for fans to report violence.
Lawmakers are sending Gov. Jerry Brown legislation that would extend a Hollywood tax break for two years in an effort to keep film and TV production in the state.
California lawmakers have approved legislation that would allow illegal immigrants to voluntarily join a program and pay state income taxes in exchange for leniency in their immigration status.
State lawmakers have approved first-in-the-nation legislation requiring California universities with the most high-profile sports programs to provide financial protections for student athletes who suffer career-ending injuries.
A shocking video that showed Pasadena boot camp instructors harshly disciplining young boys has sparked new state legislation on Tuesday.
AB 1861 would strip teachers of their pensions and retiree health care in addition to outlawing any dating situations regardless of age.
A San Fernando Valley Congressman is attempting to pass legislation that would reduce helicopter noise over residential neighborhoods in Los Angeles.
A California business group’s perennial list of bills it dubs “job killers” once signaled which legislation was unlikely to survive former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s veto pen.
Assemblyman Chris Norby said he voted for AB1389 because checkpoints are nothing more than “fishing expeditions” that target drivers without licenses.
Emboldened by months of phone calls to lawmakers, hunger strikes and sit-ins, a group of college students and graduates in Los Angeles say they plan to take their fight for immigrant rights to the states and the 2012 election after Senate Republicans blocked a key piece of legislation.