California Paid $25 Million In 3 Years For Harassment CasesCalifornia has paid more than $25 million in the past three fiscal years to settle sexual harassment claims against the state and public universities, most of it paid by taxpayers.
ConsumerWatch: California’s Low-Cost Car Insurance Option Adding car insurance is may be a lot more affordable than you realize thanks to a little-known California program.
Victim's Family Hopes California Won't Pay For Murderer's Sex ChangeThe family of a California murder victim is outraged that the state could be forced to pay thousands for sexual reassignment surgery for their mother’s killer.
Lt. Gov. Newsom Sworn-In, Vows To Focus On Economy Gavin Newsom pledged to bring more of California's entrepreneurial spirit to the state Capitol as he was sworn in Monday as California's 49th lieutenant governor.

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