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Lawmakers Seek Disaster Status For Halted California Crab SeasonLawmakers from coastal California are calling on Gov. Jerry Brown to declare a federal disaster for the halted crab season.
Gov. Brown Urges Fiscal Caution In State Of The State AddressGov. Jerry Brown urged fiscal caution Thursday as he laid out his next agenda for California in his State of the State address.
Gov. Brown Proposes $65 Vehicle Fee To Fix Crumbling RoadwaysGov. Jerry Brown has revived a proposal to help fix California’s crumbling roads and bridges with a $65 annual fee.
With Booming State Economy, Gov. Brown Plans $1.4 Billion Boost To K-12 SpendingGov. Brown released a budget plan last week that would boost state spending per student to $10,591 in the next fiscal year, compared to $8,564 per student in 2007.
Gov. Brown Proposes $122.6B Budget, Seeks Boost To Rainy Day FundThe plan calls for significant increases in funding for education, health care and state infrastructure, while bolstering the state's Rainy Day Fund and paying down state debts and liabilities.
Sacramento Bee: Gov. Brown Says Arizona, Nevada Gun Laws Provide 'Back Door' For TerroristsIn an interview published Saturday by the Sacramento Bee, Gov. Jerry Brown says Nevada and Arizona gun laws provide a ‘gigantic back door’ for terrorists.
Gov. Jerry Brown, First Lady Moving To Historic Governor's MansionCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown and first lady Anne Gust Brown will trade an urban loft for a historic mansion when they're working in Sacramento, the governor's office announced Friday.
San Bruno Officials Denounce Gov. Brown’s Veto Of CPUC ReformsSan Bruno city officials were “extremely disappointed” Friday by Governor Jerry Brown’s veto of half a dozen bills intended to reform the California Public Utilities Commission in the wake of a deadly pipeline explosion.
Gov. Brown Enacts First-Ever Regulations For Medical Marijuana IndustryCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a trio of bills designed to rein in and regulate the state's medical marijuana industry for the first time.
New California Law Extends Privacy Rights To Electronic DataCalifornia will require police to get a court order before they can search messages, photos and other digital data stored on phones or company servers.
Competitive Cheerleading Becomes Official High School Sport In CaliforniaGov. Jerry Brown has approved legislation to make competitive cheerleading an official high school sport in California.
After California, Right-To-Die Backers Push Laws In Other StatesIt will soon be legal for the terminally ill to end their own lives in the nation's most populous state, and right-to-die advocates expect other states to follow California's example.

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