CalPERS Pressured To Divest From Retailers Selling Assault RiflesCalifornia State Treasurer John Chiang is calling on the nation's largest public pension fund to stop investing in companies that sell assault-style weapons and devices that allow guns to fire more rapidly.
Candidates For California Governor Take On Housing CrisisSix leading candidates for California governor agreed Thursday that it's too hard to build new homes in California and offered wide ranging solutions to rein in exploding housing costs and rising homelessness.
Newsom Cash Leads Rivals In Race For California GovernorLt. Gov. Gavin Newsom has far outraised his rivals from both parties in the race for California governor with more money available to spend than all his rivals from both parties combined ahead of the June 5 primary.
Treasurer Urges Armored Cars To Transport California Pot Tax MoneyCalifornia should use armored cars to transport hundreds of millions of dollars in cash tax payments expected next year with the state's legal marijuana market, the state treasurer said.
California Treasurer Continues Sanctions On Wells FargoSanctions imposed by California State Treasurer John Chiang on Wells Fargo Bank for establishing up to 3.5 million bogus accounts will remain in place for a second year.
Treasurer John Chiang To Raise Money In Bid For GovernorState Treasurer John Chiang says he will begin raising money to run for governor in 2018.
State Controller John Chiang To Be California's Next TreasurerController John Chiang has won his bid to move from California's chief accountant to its top banker.
California Makes It Easier To Obtain Unclaimed FundsCalifornia is stepping up its efforts to reunite current and former residents with their long-forgotten money and property.
Audit Blames Calif. Controller's Office For Botched Payroll System FixAn audit by the Senate Office of Oversight and Outcomes is placing blame on the California State Controller’s Office for "chronic mismanagement" of the state's payroll system.
Controller Finds More Money Problems In California ParksA state review finds that more than 200 state employees were overpaid more than $500,000 by managers who deliberately broke state rules at the troubled California Department of Parks and Recreation.
$50M In Hercules Redevelopment Spending Questioned In AuditsAudits by State Controller John Chiang’s office reveal that close to $50 million in state redevelopment funds were appear to have been misspent by Hercules city officials between 2005 and 2010.
San Jose Ballpark Land Deal With A's Scrutinized By State ControllerCalifornia’s state controller is reviewing whether a deal allowing the Oakland A’s to purchase land owned by San Jose’s dissolved redevelopment agency for a new ballpark flouts a new state law.