California DMV Audit To Identify Illegal Use Of Disabled Parking PlacardsAn audit of the DMV aims to curb the number of non-handicap drivers who are gobbling up parking spaces all over California.
California To Crack Down On Disabled Parking Placard AbuseCalifornia is cracking down on the disabled parking placard program, and it’s not just drivers.
California Police Flouting Asset Seizure Laws Prompts Action By State, Federal LawmakersCalifornia police have been flouting asset seizure laws, prompting action by state and federal lawmakers.
California Closer To New Guidelines For History, Social Studies TextbooksCalifornia is a step closer to adopting a new history and social studies teaching framework aimed at reflecting the state's diverse student population.
California Assembly Advances New Regulations For Drone OperatorsThe California Assembly approved new rules for drone operators on Thursday.
Californians Fight Surprise Medical Bills From Out-of-Network PhysiciansA growing number of Californians are getting clobbered by surprise medical bills from doctors they don't know and have never even met.
California Returns Water Conservation Goals To Local ControlStarting next month, hundreds of local water districts will set their own conservation goals after a wet winter eased the five-year drought in some parts of the state.
California State Senate Considers Sweeping Gun Control MeasuresNearly a dozen measures would significantly reshape California's gun laws, already among the strictest in the nation.
Americans Collecting Disability And Unemployment At Risk Of Identity TheftState agencies across America are putting millions at risk for identity theft when they mail documents with Social Security numbers.
Fire-Suppressing Foam's Toxic Chemicals Detected In California Groundwater"There are 1.5 million people in California that we know of that are drinking this stuff in their drinking water," Bill Walker of the Environmental Working Group says of toxic PFCs originating from fire suppressing foam.
Development Gobbling Up Open Space Across Western States At Alarming RateThe natural landscape of the Wild West is disappearing.
Millions Of Dead Trees Could Fuel California Wildfires This SeasonU.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said Tuesday that a five-year drought has left 40 million dead and fire-prone trees in California.

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