Official ballot box set ablaze with burning newspaper, Los Angeles firefighters say
Someone set an official ballot drop box outside a California library ablaze Sunday night by shoving a burning newspaper inside, Los Angeles firefighters say.
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California Passes Historic Law To Study & Consider Reparations For Slavery
California has become the first state to adopt a law mandating the study and development of proposals for reparations to Black Americans.
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California’s Historic 41-Year-Old Napa Valley Winery ‘Consumed’ by Glass Fire
The Glass Fire in California has burned the Chateau Boswell Winery in St. Helena, which dates back to 1979 and is among a handful of… READ MORE
California Governor Signs Order Banning Sales Of New Gasoline Cars By 2035
California will phase out the sale of all gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035 in a bid to lead the U.S. in reducing greenhouse gas emissions by… READ MORE
California Legislators Propose 0.4% Wealth Tax, Plus 16.8% Income Tax Rate
Most people these days are still reeling from the pandemic. The IRS and state governments are feeling the revenue pain too. One California bill with… READ MORE
California judges lift coronavirus eviction ban
The Judicial Council of California on Thursday voted to end the statewide eviction moratorium next month, reopening courts to landlords and pressuring Gov. Gavin Newsom… READ MORE
California sues Trump to ensure undocumented immigrants are counted
California is suing the Trump administration to block an order that would exclude undocumented immigrants from counting toward congressional apportionment.
The lawsuit argues that the… READ MORE
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signs $202 billion pandemic budget
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a $202 billion budget Monday with emergency pandemic funding, expanded unemployment aid and billions of dollars in cuts forced by… READ MORE
California lawmakers send Gov. Gavin Newsom a budget that ensures they get paid
As budget negotiations continue, California lawmakers on Monday sent Gov. Gavin Newsom an unfinished spending plan that will allow them to keep getting paid.
Monday’s… READ MORE
L.A. says it won’t seek criminal charges or fines
Faced with growing criticism over the arrests of hundreds of peaceful demonstrators, top Los Angeles law enforcement officials said Sunday they will not pursue criminal… READ MORE