The outcome of the 2022 general election is largely determined now that almost every vote has been counted.
The Levine Act prohibits “officers” of any state or local government agency who have received a contribution of $250 or more from an applicant or affiliated party from voting on the applicant’s matter—whether it be a contract, a permit or other entitlement—if the ...
The legislature and Governor have reached agreement on a more than $300 billion “budget framework” for the state’s 2022–23 budget.
California legislators have passed a 2022–23 spending proposal. This year’s budget measure, Senate Bill 154, totals over 1,000 pages.
California’s June top-two primary is when California voters choose their two favorites for state offices.
California’s historic open meeting law, the Ralph M. Brown Act, requires that local governments conduct their business in public meetings and permit in-person public participation.
California Governor Gavin Newsom and the state Legislature enacted a $196 billion spending plan for FY2021–22, including authorizing a 29% increase in health care spending over FY2020–21.
California Governor Gavin Newsom and the state Legislature enacted a $196 billion spending plan for FY 2021–22, the largest budget in state history.
Businesses can reopen and vaccinated Californians to will be able to get back to an almost normal life when the state lifts its restrictions on economic activity June 15.
As the nation awaits the final formal actions necessary to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election, California is finalizing the vote count following a turnout now estimated at 80% of the state’s 22 million registered voters—the highest statewide participation in 44 years.