GOP Moves Step Closer To Repealing Obamacare; What Does It Mean For California?After scores of tries, missteps and false starts the GOP got the votes Thursday -- albeit by a slim margin 217-213.
Report: Secret Recording Of GOP Meeting Reveals Concern Over How To Repeal ObamacareFreshman Rep. John Faso (R-N.Y.), warned strongly against using the repeal of the ACA to also defund Planned Parenthood.
Initiative To Repeal California Vaccine Law AdvancesCalifornia's secretary of state says the proponents of a ballot measure to repeal the state's new mandatory vaccination law can begin collecting signatures for their effort.
It's No Longer Illegal For Jurors To Use Electronic Devices During TrialsGov. 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.
Lake Forest City Council Votes To Repeal Measure That Bans Sex Offenders From Parks The Lake Forest City Council on Tuesday will consider a repeal of an ordinance banning registered sex offenders from city parks after a scathing report from one city official.
US Supreme Court To Discuss Prop 8 FridayAfter years of emotional and contentious debate, court proceedings, ballot measures, protests and endless TV ads, the subject of same-sex marriage in California may finally be decided.
City Council Repeals Ban On Medical Marijuana DispensariesThe Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to repeal the ban on storefront medical marijuana dispensaries.
California Voters Could Repeal Death Penalty In NovemberCalifornia voters will be asked to make a life-or-death decision this year. All of the necessary 500,000 signatures have been collected to earn the death penalty repeal a spot on the November ballot.
Councilman Warns Brown Against Repeal Of Euthanasia Waiting Period For Stray Pets Gov. Jerry Brown says repealing the Hayden law could save $23 million -- but one city councilman strongly disagrees.
President Obama Signs 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' RepealPresident Barack Obama says valor and sacrifice in the armed forces are no longer defined by sexual orientation.
'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Lawsuits To Remain ActivePending lawsuits against the military ban on openly gay troops will remain in place for now, even though Congress has voted to repeal the "don't ask, don't tell" policy.