The AIDS Healthcare Foundation is spearheading a ballot measure in San Francisco to combat what it calls “predatory pricing” of a new AIDS drug.
The California State Auditor has released a new report showing San Jose officials likely overstated future pension costs by millions of dollars, with the higher figures used in the lead-up to June’s controversial pension reform measure.
A two-word mistake could threaten a half-billion dollar tax measure in Santa Clara County.
A measure that could eventually determine the fate of Hetch Hetchy Valley has qualified for the November ballot in San Francisco.
The two casinos fear they are losing too much business to Las Vegas and Indian gaming facilities.
San Jose’s police union is suing the city over a ballot measure that would reduce pension benefits.
California voters overwhelmingly support Governor Jerry Brown’s call for higher taxes to help pay for education.
But this time, advocates of legalizing recreational marijuana use want pot growers to be treated like vineyard owners or microbrewers and only be taxed if they it.
San Francisco voters must decide this November whether to approve a ½-cent sales tax increase to replace a state sales tax surcharge that expired earlier this summer.
Two California lawmakers have introduced a bill that would pre-empt local governments from enacting laws regarding male circumcision and reserve such legislation for the state level.