Californians who use prepaid cellphones would pay a little more to add minutes under a bill moving through the Legislature.
Women could go to a medical professional other than a doctor to end some pregnancies under a bill advancing through the state Legislature.
California’s budget is finally in balance as long as state lawmakers follow Gov. Jerry Brown’s guidance to hold the line on spending.
An appellate court ruling overturning a rape conviction because the victim wasn’t married prompted anger Friday from women’s groups and a state legislator who plans to introduce a bill that would close the legal loophole.
Officials at the highest levels of the California Department of Parks and Recreation helped keep millions of dollars in money intended for state parks secret for more than a decade.
A court overturned the rape conviction of a man who authorities say pretended to be a sleeping woman’s boyfriend before initiating intercourse, ruling that an arcane law from 1872 doesn’t protect unmarried women in such cases.
Online retailer Amazon.com has tried to become all things to all consumers, but in California, it is about to take on a role it has fought against for years: tax collector.
The Calif. Legislature approved a $55 million emergency bailout bill Friday to keep the Inglewood School District afloat.
The public pension changes negotiated by Gov. Jerry Brown and Democratic legislative leaders have begun making their way through both houses in what is expected to be a quick journey to the governor’s desk.
The state Assembly has sent Gov. Jerry Brown a bill that ends discounted vanity license plates for current and retired lawmakers.
Gov. Jerry Brown and Democratic leaders have struck an agreement on remaining cuts to California’s budget, people with direct knowledge of the talks told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Thursday.
California Highway Patrol officers have reached a tentative furlough agreement in efforts to help close the state’s $16 billion budget gap.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill that will help the state avoid cash-flow problems this spring by allowing it to borrow from existing government funds.
California’s budget for the new fiscal year includes major changes to community redevelopment agencies, which Gov. Brown and other critics say drain tax money from schools and public safety.
Mounting financial pressure from lawmakers is forcing thousands of students across the state to decide between paying their bills and going to school.