Gov. Newsom Slams PG&E Over ‘Unacceptable’ Power Outages State News
Gov. Newsom Slams PG&E Over ‘Unacceptable’ Power Outages

LOS ANGELES — California Gov. Gavin Newsom tore into Pacific Gas & Electric Co. on Thursday, calling the mass power outages “unacceptable” and the result of the bankrupt utility’s own long legacy of mistakes. “What’s happened is unacceptable. And it’s... Read More

California Blames EPA for Stalled Plans to Curb Pollution Environment
California Blames EPA for Stalled Plans to Curb Pollution

WASHINGTON — California’s top clean-air official fired back against Trump administration charges that the state hasn’t done enough to fight pollution within its borders, saying the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency should “do its job.” Last month, EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler... Read More

Millions Without Power As PG&E Blackouts Bring Concern, Anger, Resolve State News
Millions Without Power As PG&E Blackouts Bring Concern, Anger, Resolve

PLACERVILLE, Calif. — Classes were canceled. Frozen foods melted. Hospitals switched to emergency generators. Blooms withered in florists’ coolers. Unused food was jettisoned at shuttered restaurants. Lines formed at gas stations. Cellphones faded out. That’s what happened Wednesday when the... Read More

Californians Can Register to Vote on Election Day at Any Polling Place Under New Law 2020 Elections
Californians Can Register to Vote on Election Day at Any Polling Place Under New Law

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Californians will be able to register to vote on Election Day at local polling places and voting centers under legislation signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday, a potentially significant step toward boosting turnout in key contests... Read More

Most Californians Want Marijuana Stores in Their Communities, Poll Shows Opinion Polls
Most Californians Want Marijuana Stores in Their Communities, Poll Shows

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Three years after California legalized the sale of recreational marijuana, most voters want municipalities to permit pot shops in their communities even though the vast majority of cities have outlawed them, according to a University of California,... Read More

Californians Strongly Back Vaccine Law In New Statewide Poll State News
Californians Strongly Back Vaccine Law In New Statewide Poll

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Californians strongly support a state law creating new oversight of vaccine medical exemptions for schoolchildren in a statewide poll released Monday, with backing across a spectrum of political affiliations, income and education levels, and geography. The UC... Read More

Calif. Governor to Announce Plans for Satellite to Track Climate Change State News
Calif. Governor to Announce Plans for Satellite to Track Climate Change

NEW YORK — Former California Gov. Jerry Brown famously said last year that California would launch its “own damn satellite” to track climate change in defiance of the Trump administration. On Wednesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom will announce a new approach... Read More

Early Power Shut-Offs Are New Reality As California Enters Peak Wildfire Season State News
Early Power Shut-Offs Are New Reality As California Enters Peak Wildfire Season

LOS ANGELES — Russ Brown and other emergency officials in Yuba County have been trying to get the word out. Charge your medical equipment and phone batteries now. Make you sure you have enough nonperishable food to last a few... Read More

23 States Sue Trump Administration to Keep California's Auto Emission Rules State News
23 States Sue Trump Administration to Keep California's Auto Emission Rules
2019-09-20 21:58:47
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON — California and 22 other states sued the Trump administration Friday to stop it from revoking the authority of The Golden State to set emission standards for cars and trucks. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed the lawsuit against... Read More

Federal Judge Blocks California Law to Force Disclosure of Trump’s Tax Returns Taxes
Federal Judge Blocks California Law to Force Disclosure of Trump’s Tax Returns

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A federal judge ordered a temporary injunction Thursday against California’s first-in-the-nation law requiring candidates to disclose their tax returns for a spot on the presidential primary ballot, an early victory for President Donald Trump but a decision... Read More

Trump Revokes Rule Allowing Calif. to Set Stricter Auto Emission Standards Environment
Trump Revokes Rule Allowing Calif. to Set Stricter Auto Emission Standards

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is expected Wednesday to revoke a decades-old rule that empowers California to set tougher car emissions standards than those required by the federal government — putting the state and the administration on a path to... Read More

The World is Watching As California Weighs Controversial Plan to Save Tropical Forests State News
The World is Watching As California Weighs Controversial Plan to Save Tropical Forests

LOS ANGELES — Smoke is still rising from the Amazon as fires smolder in the world’s largest rain forest. The blazes triggered a wave of global outrage over the loss of precious trees. But California says it has a plan... Read More

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