Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law a bill closing a legal loophole that allowed a rape conviction to be overturned because the woman was not married.
California voters were leaning toward approving an initiative that would undo a tax break for out-of-state corporations and send more money to state coffers. Proposition 39 was ahead in early returns Tuesday after polls closed.
San Francisco supervisors have approved a key change to the city’s Healthy San Francisco program that could end up costing business owners.
Governor Jerry Brown wants California to adopt the same corporate tax policy that’s worked in Texas, Massachusetts and most of the states, but Republicans have denounced the proposal as just another tax increase that will hurt businesses.
Gov. Jerry Brown is proposing a tax plan designed to promote job growth, closing one corporate tax loophole while offering an incentive for businesses to hire in California.
Efforts by California Governor Jerry Brown and Democratic lawmakers to court a handful of Republicans were expected to intensify this week.
It turns out a Clipper card feature that lets riders who are unexpectedly short on fare exit the station and pay later isn’t set up in a way so that the rider must eventually pay up.