Gov. Brown and Sen. Feinstein React to Trump's Withdrawl From Paris Accord
President Trump announced his intention to pull the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement, but California will forge ahead.
Not All California Doctors Are Comfortable With State's Aid-Dying-Law
California's aid-in-dying law took effect a year ago this month. Except for Catholic and veterans' hospitals, many health systems in California appear to be participating -- and most insurers are paying for the drugs that patients take to end their lives. But that doesn't mean that all doctors are comfortable with the law.
Legislature Approves Bills to Address California's Housing Crisis
Responding to a severe shortage of housing in the state, California lawmakers passed legislation on Thursday to boost the production and ease the approval of housing at the local level.
State Senate Passes Single-Payer Health Care, But How to Pay for It?
The state senate has passed a bill that would create a single payer health care system in California, even though the bill is missing a key detail, like, how to pay for it.
State Lawmakers Push for Program Aimed at Helping Working Poor
California has the highest poverty rate in the nation despite its booming economy. State lawmakers are in the middle of wading through Gov. Jerry Brown's budget for the fiscal year that starts in July, and some are pushing for an expansion of a program aimed at putting more money back into the pockets of the working poor.