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New gender category ‘X’ awaits Gov. Brown’s decision

As reported by the San Francisco Chronicle: This is the time of year when Californians with a vested interest in particular pieces of legislation wring their hands and wait. Hundreds of bills now sit

Jerry Brown signs new California affordable housing laws

As reported by the Sacramento Bee: Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday signed a robust package of housing legislation aimed at addressing California’s unprecedented affordability crisis. “These new laws will

Early California presidential primary could backfire and help Republicans

As reported by the Washington Examiner: California has done it again: rescheduled its presidential primary so that it will vote earlier in the presidential selection process. Instead of voting in

Brown signs Sanctuary State law, risking Trump retaliation

As reported by the L.A. Times: Under threat of possible retaliation by the Trump administration, Gov. Jerry Brown signed landmark “sanctuary state” legislation Thursday, vastly limiting who state and

Leading House Democrat tells Pelosi to step down

As reported by NBC News: A high-ranking House Democrat on Thursday called on Rep. Nancy Pelosi of California to step down as minority leader to make way for a new generation. “Our leadership does a

Hollywood sex scandal double standard exposed…by LA Times!

When the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape leaked one year ago, capturing then-candidate, now-President Trump bragging in coarse terms in 2005 about being allowed to grab women because he was a

Poll: 70% support Trump’s immigration policies, want Americans hired first

As reported by the Washington Examiner: Most Americans support President Trump’s immigration reform plans that aim to cut illegal entries and boost the hiring of legal Americans, according to a new

$17 billion Delta water tunnels project faces critical MWD vote

After 11 years of planning, a massive tunnels project touted as a solution to the state’s vulnerable water supply faces its biggest test Tuesday. The 38-member board of the Metropolitan Water District

NY Times blames climate change for NorCal inferno

Powerful, hot and dry winds like those that have fanned the deadly wildfires now raging in California are a common occurrence in the state, a result of regional atmospheric patterns that develop in

California sues Trump to preserve Obamacare discounts

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said Friday he is suing the Trump administration to block the president’s plan to end federal subsidies that are considered to be a critical component of

Trump is on track to win re-election

More than half of Americans don’t think Donald Trump is fit to serve as president, yet he has a clear path to winning reelection. If Trump isn’t removed from office and doesn’t lead the country into

Kaepernick collusion claim hard to prove

A grievance filed by former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick says his inability to find work, despite six solid seasons in the National Football League, is because of collusion against him by NFL

GOP Tax Reform Boosts Wages According to Boston University Researchers

TAX REFORM UPDATE!! Researchers at Boston University Agree! In a study published this morning analyzing the economic and revenue impacts of the Republican “Unified Framework” Tax Plan, researchers

California Tells Pet Stores Their Dogs and Cats Must Be Rescues

In a blow to commercial animal breeders and brokers, California pet stores will soon have to get their puppies, kittens and rabbits from shelters and rescue centers only. Individuals can still buy

Gov. Brown Signs Bill Allowing Felons To Vote In Jail

Gov. Jerry Brown has agreed to restore the voting rights of convicted felons serving time in county jails. The bill that Brown announced signing Wednesday also reinstates the voting eligibility of

Bannon Receives Three Standing Ovations at GOP Convention Keynote

(Orange County, CA) Breitbart News Executive Chairman and former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon delivered a fiery keynote address to about 500 people at the opening dinner of the California

California unions brace for a Supreme Court loss

California labor leaders sound almost apocalyptic when they describe a looming Supreme Court case that many of them concede likely will cost them members and money. “Everything is at stake,” says

Supreme Court drops Hawaii Challenge to Travel Ban Case

From Washington Times: The Supreme Court issued an order Tuesday dismissing Hawaii’s challenge to President Trump’s refugee policy, as encapsulated in his earlier “extreme vetting” executive order,

Gas Tax Senator Recall Clears Legal Hurdle

As reported by the L.A. Times: Of the more than 70,600 voters who signed petitions to hold a recall vote on state Sen. Josh Newman of Fullerton, only 849 asked that their signatures be withdrawn by

GOP ramps up effort to repeal California gas tax increase

As reported by Republicans’ latest effort to repeal California’s upcoming gas tax increase got a boost Wednesday from members of Congress and GOP gubernatorial candidate John Cox, who said