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  • Assemblyman Bradford drops special-election bid to replace Rod Wright

    Assemblyman Bradford drops special-election bid to replace Rod Wright
    Assemblyman Steven Bradford (D-Gardena) said he won't run in an upcoming special election to replace former state Sen. Roderick D. Wright. "I have decided to forgo my intended run for the state Senate," Bradford said in a statement issued Sunday night....
  • Gov. Jerry Brown signs bills on foster youth

    Gov. Jerry Brown signs bills on foster youth
    Under a bill signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday, social workers will be able to report their concerns if they believe that practices by county welfare agencies are endangering children. The measure by Assemblyman Reggie Jones-Sawyer (D-Los...
  • Why porn and condoms don't mix

    Why porn and condoms don't mix
    Los Angeles voters committed some bad public policy in 2012 when they approved Measure B, which mandated the use of condoms in any adult film shot in the county. Now, state lawmakers are prepared to double down on that misadventure and spread the...
  • Gov. Brown signs bills on birth control, inmate rights

    Gov. Brown signs bills on birth control, inmate rights
    Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday signed into law bills requiring most health plans to cover a variety of contraceptive methods, banning forced or coerced sterilizations of inmates in California prisons and giving felons behind bars easier access to DNA...
  • Gov. Brown calls Dec. 9 special election to fill Rod Wright's Senate seat

    Gov. Brown calls Dec. 9 special election to fill Rod Wright's Senate seat
    Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday called a special election to fill a vacancy caused when state Sen. Roderick Wright resigned Monday to face a 90-day jail sentence for lying about living in his district. The special primary election for the 35th Senate...
  • California Assembly passes bill to require condom use in adult films

    California Assembly passes bill to require condom use in adult films
    A bill that would require condoms to be used in all adult films produced in California narrowly cleared the Assembly on Tuesday. Assemblyman Isadore Hall III (D-Compton), the measure's author, said he sought to bring workplace safety standards,...
  • Mass killings prompt lawmakers to propose new firearms bill

    Mass killings prompt lawmakers to propose new firearms bill
     Shocked by the weekend's mass killings near UC Santa Barbara, state lawmakers on Tuesday proposed a new way to temporarily prevent potentially violent individuals from buying or owning guns. Legislators also advanced dozens of unrelated bills,...
  • Bill requiring condoms in adult films advances in Assembly

    Bill requiring condoms in adult films advances in Assembly
    A measure that would require condom use in adult movies filmed in California cleared its final Assembly committee hurdle Wednesday. Assemblyman Isadore Hall III (D-Compton) presented his measure, which also would require performers to be tested for...
  • Assembly passes bill banning state from selling Confederate flag

    Assembly passes bill banning state from selling Confederate flag
    The California Assembly on Monday passed legislation that would ban the state from selling or displaying the Confederate flag, or any similar image, with Republican gubernatorial candidate Tim Donnelly casting the sole vote in opposition. Donnelly, of...
  • Confederate flag vote puts Knight on spot in congressional race

    Confederate flag vote puts Knight on spot in congressional race
    State Sen. Stephen Knight's recent vote against a measure barring the  display or sale of Confederate flag images from state museums and gift shops has caused a stir in the High Desert district where he is running for Congress this fall. The Palmdale...
  • California lawmakers pass education and drug bills, strike Prop. 187

    California lawmakers pass education and drug bills, strike Prop. 187
    California community colleges could offer four-year degrees for the first time, and suspension of defiant schoolchildren would be curtailed, under proposals sent to Gov. Jerry Brown by the Legislature on Thursday. Bids to reduce sentences for some...