San Francisco City Workers Banned From Official Travel to South Dakota Over Adoption LawSan Francisco city workers are banned from official business to South Dakota due to a new adoption law that the city considers discrimination against the LGBT community.
Changes To Health Care Law Could Cost California Woman Her LifeFor one Northern California woman, changes to the health care law could mean the difference between life and death.
San Francisco Bolsters Law Prohibiting Participation In 'Muslim Registry'Concerned about threats to create a "Muslim registry," San Francisco officials are working to prohibit city agencies from participating.
Bay Area Leaders Push Back Against California Law Prohibiting Speed CamerasSan Francisco and San Jose city officials joined forces in calling for the state to allow the use of automated speed cameras to reduce traffic injuries and deaths.
Gorsuch’s Supreme Court Confirmation Could Mean Setback For CaliforniaNeil Gorsuch, if confirmed as a Supreme Court judge, could mean significant setbacks for several high profile cases in California.
Uber, Lyft Background Checks Toughen Up To Protect California RidersCalifornia ridesharing companies are facing stricter background checks in 2017.
In Climate Fight, California Draws Up Cow Fart, Manure RegulationsThe nation's leading agricultural state is now targeting greenhouse gases produced by dairy cows and other livestock.
Porn Sites Block Californians To Protest Proposed Condom LawKink.com and other adult websites are interrupting, or in some cases completely blocking, California Internet users' access to porn.
Court Refuses To Immediately Block California Abortion LawA California law that requires pregnancy centers to inform women about publicly-funded abortion services does not discriminate against clinics opposed to abortion and is narrowly written to achieve the state's goal of ensuring pregnant women have adequate family-planning information, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.
Feeling The Regulatory Burden: How To Take The Confusion Out Of ComplianceManta CEO John Swancinger recommends how to keep up in the rapidly evolving landscape of small business regulations.
Drivers Breaking 3-Foot Rule For Passing Bicyclists Rarely Ticketed; Collisions Up DramaticallyTwo years after California passed a law requiring drivers to give bicyclists at least three feet of space when passing, few motorists seem to be aware of the law, and enforcement of it is spotty, at best.
Cow Fart Regulation Passed Into California LawGov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation that regulates emissions from dairy cows and landfills for the first time as California broadens its efforts to fight climate change beyond carbon-based greenhouse gases.