Gov. Brown Ends Bill Signing With Pointed Veto Messages
Sunday was the deadline for Gov. Jerry Brown to sign or veto bills. In total this year, Brown approved 808 bills and vetoed 133. In a few of his veto messages, Brown said he was disappointed that lawmakers didn't come up with larger solutions on funding for transportation and health care.
What Do New Regulations Mean for California's Medical Marijuana Industry?
After 20 years, California finally has a system to regulate the legal use of medical marijuana. Gov. Jerry Brown signed a package of bills that were negotiated just before this weekend's legislative deadline. We talk about the new laws with David Downs, who covers the politics of pot in his "Legalization Nation" blog.
Education Push to Help Doctors Field Patients' Assisted-Death Requests
Now that California has legalized physician-assisted suicide, advocacy groups are planning statewide education campaigns so doctors know what to do when patients ask for lethal medication to end their lives.