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The executive branch of the state of California is overseen by the Office of the Governor and includes elected officials and administrators. The judicial branch includes the California Supreme Court and all the lower courts in the state, and it interprets and applies laws at state and local levels. The California Legislature has two branches—the State Assembly and the Senate—that vote on state laws and draft legislation.

State Senators Representing Santa Cruz County

State Assemblymembers Representing Santa Cruz County

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Josh Lowenthal CA Assembly 69:
$3.935 million state grant is a ‘Game Changer’ for Port of Hueneme as Governor Ramps Up California Port Data Partnership Program

$3.935 million state grant is a Game Changer for Port of Hueneme as Governor Ramps Up California Port Data Partnership Program piperch Tue, 07/23/2024 - 16:06 Wednesday, July 17, 2024 American Journal Of Transportation The Port of Hueneme is excited to support and enhance the movement of goods across the state of California and throughout the supply chain with the …
07/23/2024

Josh Lowenthal CA Assembly 69:
He used to run a nightclub. Now he’s pushing for new laws to fight drink spiking

He used to run a nightclub. Now hes pushing for new laws to fight drink spiking piperch Tue, 07/23/2024 - 16:04 Monday, July 1, 2024 Long Beach Post News Across California, hundreds of bar owners have been hanging signs that read, Dont get roofied! Drink spiking drug test kits available here. If they dont post the signs or if they …
07/23/2024

Josh Lowenthal CA Assembly 69:
California bars now required to offer kits to test for date rape drugs

California bars now required to offer kits to test for date rape drugs piperch Tue, 07/23/2024 - 16:03 Monday, July 1, 2024 The Independent Bars required to offer test kits and signage in hopes of cutting down on attacks View Article
07/23/2024

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07/17/2024
California State Hospitals can bill patients for the care they receive during confinement. The charges often run in the tens of thousands of dollars, putting vulnerable people in debt for years.

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07/17/2024
California failed to ban private detention centers. Now, it’s focusing on their working conditions, for immigrants who toil for $1 a day.

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07/17/2024
In 2021, responding to reports that the state’s homeless shelters were dirty and dangerous, the state Legislature crafted a plan: It would require local governments to inspect their shelters after complaints and file annual reports on shelter conditions.

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07/16/2024
California courts have long upheld below-minimum wage pay for prison inmates working a wide range of jobs. A 2024 ballot measure that would ban forced labor could alter those decisions.

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07/10/2024
After the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in 2022, California’s Democratic leaders moved fast to shore up reproductive rights: They persuaded voters to enshrine the right to an abortion in the state constitution, approved a dozen bills strengthening abortion protections and passed a law in May to enable Arizona doctors to temporarily provide abortion services for their patients in California.
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