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Kaiser Permanente provides health care to more than 9 million Californians. A strike this week could affect patients at dozens of hospitals.
Gov. Newsom's pick to replace the late Dianne Feinstein is set to be sworn in Tuesday as California's U.S. senator. She isn't saying whether she will run next year, but if she does, it would change the dynamics of the …
California courts give low-income jurors $15 per day. As a result, people with financial hardships are excused, leading to juries that often fail to reflect local demographics. A bill on the governor's desk would expand a San Francisco pilot program …
The European Union has banned certain additives that are used in American candies and baked goods. California is on the cusp of prohibiting their sale by 2027.
Gov. Gavin Newsom did not make his pick to replace the late Sen. Dianne Feinstein promise not to run for a full term in 2024. So as Laphonza Butler prepares to get sworn into office today, that’s the big question …
Will Gov. Gavin Newsom's selection of Laphonza Butler to fill the Senate vacancy left by the death of Dianne Feinstein be the "interim appointment" he promised, or will Butler seek a full Senate term?
The governor says he's not stopping the president of EMILY's List and former University of California regent from running for a full term in the 2024 election. He rebuffed pressure to appoint Rep. Barbara Lee.
Dianne Feinstein's greatest political achievements on gun safety, water issues and exposing CIA torture are well-known. Her lasting accomplishments, however, might be the generations of staffers she molded who use the lessons she instilled on a daily basis.
California is rolling out its transitional kindergarten program, with the goal of offering it for all 4-year-olds by 2025-26. While some schools have had programs in place for years, others are just starting to create teaching guidelines.
Late Sunday evening, Gov. Gavin Newsom confirmed that Laphonza Butler, president of EMILY’s List — a political action committee focused on electing pro-choice, Democratic women — will replace the late U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein and finish out her term through …
This year, the California Legislature resolved a conflict over regulation of the fast food industry and its franchised outlets, but another clash over the legal status of car dealer franchises is still raging.
Read this story in English. Laphonza Butler, una estratega política desde hace mucho tiempo con estrechos vínculos con los sindicatos y el gobernador Gavin Newsom, ocupará el escaño de la fallecida senadora Dianne Feinstein en el Senado de Estados Unidos …
Read this story in English. Los partidarios que celebraron que el gobernador Gavin Newsom firmara un proyecto de ley de comida rápida el jueves lamentaron sus decisiones el sábado por la noche cuando anunció que había vetado otros dos proyectos …
Workers protest in front of InterContinental Hotel in Los Angeles on July 2, 2023. Photo by David Swanson, Reuters
California's labor unions prioritize job preservation and employment enhancement, but at what point do these efforts backfire and eliminate jobs?
U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who died on Thursday, was a true force of nature and the greatest senator in California history, a former staffer says. If there were more people like her in Washington D.C., America could find more common …
More than half a million fast food workers, mostly minorities and women, will earn higher minimum wage because Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a fast food bill Thursday. But some say that’s not a living wage.
The former president railed against Democrats and again claimed the 2020 election was rigged in his speech to the California Republican Party. With him skipping the primary debates, the party convention may get the next best thing, with speeches also …
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