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.
While many locals were engrossed in the Dodgers-Giants first playoff game, Gov. Newsom signed his final bills for the year. In fact, he signed 770 new ones into law.(Oct. 11, 2021) → Read the full ElkGroveNews.Net report
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill that will phase out the sale of gas-powered leaf blowers and other small off-road engines. According to the Air Resources Board, an hour’s use of a gas-powered leaf blower produces the same emissions as a drive from Los Angeles to Denver.(Oct. 10, 2021) → Read the full The Sacramento Bee report