Three former California governors announced a proposed ballot initiative Thursday designed to speed up the state’s lengthy death penalty process.
California voters may get a chance to help improve the state’s roadways, but are they willing to foot the bill?
Three former California governors joined prosecutors and families of murder victims Tuesday to urge voters to reject a ballot proposal next week that would abolish the state’s death penalty.
Some of California’s most prominent political and business leaders are proposing to revamp the state’s tax structure to bring in more revenue.
Gov. Jerry Brown has adopted a parole policy far more lenient than his predecessors, blocking the parole orders of only 27 convicted killers facing life sentences since taking office in January.