Newsom Signs Law Limiting Full-Contact Football PracticeIn an effort to reduce brain injuries, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law new restrictions on full-contact football practice for middle and high school students.
New Law Requires Children To Stay Rear-Facing In Car Seat Until At Least Age 2Young children facing forward have a greater chance of injuring their spines and even breaking their necks in a crash, according to experts.
Gov. Brown Signs Bill Requiring Children To Stay In Rear-Facing Car Seats Until Age 2A new law requiring children to be secured in rear-facing car seats until the age of 2 has been signed by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Calif. Law Takes Effect On Microstamping GunsA California law that requires all semiautomatic handguns to be equipped with technology that stamps a code with the weapon's make, model and serial number on bullet casings is now in effect after years of delays.
It's Now L-E-G-A-L To Hands-Free Text And Drive In CaliforniaLawmakers in Sacramento just updated the rules to allow hands-free texting while driving.
Governor Brown Signs Law That Will Double Cockfighting FinesThe fine for staging a cockfight will double in California under a law signed by Gov. Jerry Brown.
LA City Ordinance Requiring Porn Actors To Wear Condoms Goes Into Effect MondayAn ordinance mandating adult video stars to wear condoms on shoots in the city of Los Angeles goes into effect Monday.
Torrance Democrat’s Bill Banning Teens' Use Of Tanning Beds Signed Into LawCalifornia will become the first state to make it illegal for teenagers under age 18 to use tanning beds under a bill signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown.
New Law To Require Carbon Monoxide Alarms In Most HomesIt’s a “silent killer” that causes an average of 400 deaths each year in America, but now a new law is trying to change that.
AP: California Denies First Medical ParoleCalifornia parole officials rejected a plea on Tuesday from a quadriplegic convict who had hoped to become the first state prison inmate released under a new law aimed at cutting the number of inmates and the cost of care in the nation's largest state prison system.
New Law May Bring Fines To Online ImpersonatorsA law taking effect with the new year will make impersonating someone online through social network pages, texts or e-mails a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up to $1,000 and a year in jail.
New Law Makes It Easier To Transfer To Cal StateGov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed legislation that guarantees community college graduates admission to California State University.