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Judge strikes down California’s women on corporate boards quota

A California law requiring publicly-held corporations to include women on their boards has been declared unconstitutional by a Los Angeles judge. Superior Court Judge Maureen…

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California veers near ‘fiscal cliff’ a year after record budget

California could be bound for a “fiscal cliff” as soon as the 2023-2024 fiscal year even with a $97.5 billion surplus, a new analysis from…

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California officials react to Orange County church shooting

After a shooting at an Orange County church killed one individual and injured five others on Sunday, California federal and state lawmakers say they will…

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California eyes $97.5B tax revenue surplus, Newsom pitches $300B budget

California is eyeing an operating budget surplus that has swelled to nearly $100 billion, increasing the state’s budget to over $300 billion for the coming…

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Court rules California’s under-21 semiautomatic rifle ban unconstitutional

California’s law banning the sale of semiautomatic centerfire rifles to individuals under 21 was declared unconstitutional by a panel of federal appeals judges on Wednesday….

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California’s $100 billion homelessness, affordable housing, proposal progresses

A measure that would spend roughly $100 billion over a decade to address affordable housing and homeless cleared its first legislative hurdle on Wednesday. Assembly…

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California expands Medi-Cal eligibility for individuals 50 and older

Thousands of income-eligible Californians age 50 and older now qualify for Medi-Cal coverage under a change that took effect Sunday. Medi-Cal is the state’s Medicaid…

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California provides relief in Ukraine

As the war in Ukraine continues, California aims to provide support and relief by deploying field medical stations and protective gear. Since March, the state…

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California bill would allow teen vaccination without parental consent

A bill that would allow California youth ages 12 and older to receive vaccines without parental consent was advanced by state lawmakers. Senate Bill 866 by…

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California lawmakers push constitutional abortion protections after SCOTUS draft opinion

Lawmakers in California are proposing an amendment to the state’s constitution to maintain abortion protections after a leaked draft of a U.S. Supreme Court majority…

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