State Lawmakers Pass Several Criminal Justice Reform Bills
State lawmakers have passed several bills aimed at reforming the state's criminal justice system. It's been a story we've been following all year, and as the deadline to pass bills is tomorrow.
Guest: Marisa Lagos
California appears to be on a path toward one of the nation's most ambitious clean-energy goals. The Golden State, which is also the world's fifth largest economy, would accelerate its efforts to generate most of the state's energy from carbon-free sources and set a goal of phasing out fossil fuels entirely by 2045 under legislation approved Tuesday by state lawmakers.
Reporter: Lauren Sommer
Bill That Could Shake Up Corporate Boards Passes State Assembly
A bill that could change the make-up of corporate boards squeaked through the Assembly on Wednesday.
Reporter: Katie Orr
Women in Hollywood Push for Equal Pay
More than 3,000 people, including prominent director Ava DuVernay and actress Jane Fonda, have signed a letter calling on the entertainment industry to end the wage gap between male and female production workers in Hollywood.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
California Delivery Driver Sues Amazon
A California delivery driver is suing AMAZON in federal court. The driver claims the e-commerce giant and one of its subcontractors are denying drivers overtime and breaks for meals and rest.
Reporter: Ryan Levi