Governor Jerry Brown has been busy in recent weeks signing and vetoing legislation. Political analyst Melissa Griffin Caen has more on his decisions.
Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a pair of bills that would have made diaper changing stations available in both men’s and women’s restrooms.
Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill that would have let judges declare that some California children have more than two legal parents.
Gov. Jerry Brown managed to both satisfy and frustrate just about everybody as he signed and vetoed hundreds of bills over the weekend.
Governor Jerry Brown has vetoed a controversial bill that would have allowed public state universities to consider race as a relevant factor in their admission policies.
The bill was modeled after local ordinances already adopted in San Francisco, Berkeley and Richmond mandating that employers either subsidize workers’ carpool or public transit expenses, or provide bus service or other free transportation to work.
With 10 days left before California starts a new fiscal year, Democratic and Republican lawmakers are looking to Gov. Jerry Brown for his next move. What that is, he’s not saying.
Governor Brown’s unexpected veto on Thursday, California still does not have a budget and state lawmakers are scratching their heads about what to do next.
With lawmakers united only in their anger at Gov. Jerry Brown, the coming days and weeks won’t be pretty, experts predict.
Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed the Democratic budget plan approved Wednesday in the Legislature, restarting talks over how to close California’s $9.6 billion deficit.