The University of California said Wednesday it plans to sue the federal government over new guidelines that bar international students from staying in the U.S. if they attend universities that only offer online courses this fall.
California Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Tuesday that authorizes local governments to halt evictions of renters impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic through September 30.
The California Assembly approved a proposed Constitutional amendment on Friday by a vote of 54-8. Voters must still approve the amendment before it can become law.
The $202.1 billion budget marks an incredible reversal for the nation's most populous state, which just six months ago was preparing a spending plan that included a multibillion-dollar surplus.
Secretary of State Alex Padilla announced Wednesday a measure to amend the law will be on the Nov. 3 general election ballot.
Ting Tweeted his apology at 11:30 a.m., Saturday.
Chavez and Cortese joined Assemblyman Ash Kalra, D-San Jose, and roughly a dozen labor officials called for a series of budget alternatives to the state's May budget revision, which the coalition argued would exacerbate inequality rather than reduce it.
The executive order requires each county to offer at least one polling place for every 10,000 registered voters between Oct. 31 and Election Day on Nov. 3. The expansion is intended to reduce the number of voters at each location, allowing for shorter lines and smaller crowds.
The planning commissioner made controversial comments on his personal Facebook page.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday granted the state attorney general's request to stay the judge's order.
The Los Angeles Lakers announced Thursday that two of its players have tested positive for the coronavirus.
California Proposition 13 failed to get the necessary two-thirds of votes to fund $15 billion in badly needed school improvements.
Perez, who has served on the council since 2011, has been known to call residents "delusional morons" and "malfeasant malcontents."
Sixty percent of the population is made up of people of color while they hold just 29 percent of top elected posts.
The Voters Choice Act of 2016 is being implemented this year for the first time in Santa Clara County, with vote centers replacing traditional polling places.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is pulling away in California, according to the last poll that will be published before Super Tuesday by the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies.
Democratic front runner Senator Bernie Sanders polls extremely well with younger voters and voters of color in the Golden State. Mitchell cautions against putting too much stock in these polls, he says the key is mobilizing them during the primary.
Vote centers have replaced traditional polling places in the past three elections in San Mateo County, which is one of 15 counties around the state to implement the Voters Choice Act of 2016.
On Thursday, California's Legislature is expected to approve a resolution offering an apology to Ouchida and other internment victims for the state's role in aiding the U.S. government's policy and condemning actions that helped fan anti-Japanese discrimination.
The March 3 presidential primary election will be the fourth election, and the first VCA presidential primary, conducted by San Mateo County under the California Voter's Choice Act model.