California Sues Juul, Alleging E-Cigarette Maker Targets Teens With Vaping Advertisements In New LawsuitCalifornia is suing Juul, the most well-known maker of vaping products, alleging the company targeted young people and failed to warn them about the risks of using them.
As Calif. AG Prepares To Argue DACA Case Before SCOTUS, Supporters Gather In North HollywoodJustices will hear arguments on the DACA program, which protects undocumented people who were brought to the U.S. illegally when they were children.
‘The Course We Are On Is Unsustainable’; Apple Announces $2.5 Billion Investment In New HousingThe company laid out a five-point plan, including $1 billion for an affordable housing investment fund and $1 billion in mortgage assistance for first-time home buyers.
$1.5 Billion In Illegal Pot Grows Seized Across California Authorities say they have seized more than $1.5 billion worth of illegally grown marijuana plants in California in an annual eradication program.
Facebook Announces $1B Investment To Address California's Affordable Housing CrisisThe investment will be used to "help essential workers such as teachers, nurses and first responders live closer to the communities that rely on them," according to a news release.
Why Are California Gas Prices So High? Gov. Newsom Launches Investigation To Find OutCurrently, the state's average cost for gas is $4.14 per gallon while the national average is $2.65 per gallon.
California Bans 'Willful Defiance' Suspensions For K-8 StudentsThe new law, which goes into effect on July 1, 2020 – just in time for the 2020-2021 school year – bans schools from suspending students from kindergarten through eighth grade for showing “willful defiance” toward a teacher or administrator.
California Will Pay 2 Years Of Community College Tuition For First-Time StudentsGovernor Gavin Newsom will visit East LA College Thursday to talk about the expanded California College Promise program, which will now pay for two years of community college tuition for first-time, full-time college students in California.
California Files Suit Against Trump Administration's 'Public Charge' RuleCalifornia and several other states are fighting the Trump Administration's new immigration rule that would block people from being able to obtain green cards if they use Medicaid, food stamps or other public assistance programs.
President Trump, Republicans Sue California Over Law Requiring Release Of Tax ReturnsThe lawsuit claims California’s law is unconstitutional because it creates an additional requirement to run for president. It also claims the law would deny voters an opportunity to vote for their chosen candidates.
DMV Offices Across California Stay Closed For Half-Day Employee TrainingThe half-day training will prepare employees for the onslaught of federally-mandated REAL ID applications and reinforce training on customer service.