New Year, New Laws: A Primer on California Legislation in 2018

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From a higher minimum wage, to stricter rules for carrying firearms and more protections for immigrants, a lot of change is coming to California in the new year. Forum rounds up the newest state legislation taking effect on Jan. 1, and looks at how it might affect you.


Melanie Mason, state government and politics reporter, Los Angeles Times

Alexei Koseff, capitol reporter, Sacramento Bee