California's New Vaccine Bill Stokes Opposition
Governor Jerry Brown signed a controversial vaccine bill into law yesterday, it's one of the strictest in the nation. Under the new law, parents can no longer opt out of vaccinating their children for religious or personal reasons if they attend public or private schools. But opponents are already gearing up for a legal fight.
L.A. Apparel Manufacturers Object to Trade Deal
We've been hearing a lot about the controversial Transpacific Partnership, known as the TPP. That's the trade agreement President Obama is negotiating. The 12-nation trade deal would create a free trade zone stretching from Japan to Chile that includes 40 percent of world’s economy. Because of the secretive nature of the negotiations it's unclear just how the deal will affect business here in California. But one group that's already calling foul is apparel manufacturers in Los Angeles.