Governor Jerry Brown
California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation making public the logs that water well drillers file with the state.
Weeks after he declared a state of emergency, Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration set aside $687 million to help house farmworkers and others struggling in drought-devastated counties. Nearly half of it has not been awarded or spent.
The board behind California’s high-speed rail project could face fierce opposition Tuesday from community leaders, and Northern and Southern California residents who expect to be affected by construction of the bullet train.
Starting Monday, Californians must cut back on their water usage. It’s part of the new state rules to deal with the drought.
How do you know you’re getting freshly picked produce from a local farm, and not from Central America?
This comes after months of negotiations and lobbying by President Napolitano for more funding from the state, to avoid tuition hikes of up to 5 percent in each of the next five years.
This limits the number of days courts would have to rule on any lawsuit contesting the arena’s environmental impact report.
The drought has come down to a question of the haves and the have-nots. But one tweet from say, a Kardashian, encouraging folks to conserve, could be a drought game changer.
California’s Democratic state senators are pushing Gov. Jerry Brown to speed up water spending in the face of a relentless drought.
The executive order is the most aggressive benchmark in North America and is line with those of leading international governments, including the European Union.