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  • California budget deal grants health coverage to children in U.S. illegally

    California budget deal grants health coverage to children in U.S. illegally
    Immigrant children who are in the country illegally would receive public healthcare coverage in California under a budget deal announced Tuesday by Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders. An estimated 170,000 immigrants 18 and younger could qualify,...
  • California budget to break new ground immigrant health care

    A budget deal between Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders would make California the first in the nation to offer state-subsidized health care to children who are in the country illegally. The $115.4 billion agreement announced Tuesday is expected to...
  • Has the Supreme Court opened the door to more affordable housing?

    Has the Supreme Court opened the door to more affordable housing?
    The California Supreme Court gave cities and counties a powerful tool to help address the state's affordable-housing crisis this week when it unanimously upheld a San Jose law requiring developers of large, for-sale residential projects to offer some of...
  • Vegan DJ Moby beefs with California farmers over drought crisis

    LOS ANGELES Moby, the vegan DJ, has a beef with California farmers, and they don't much care for him, either. Best known for platinum records in the early 2000s that put a techno sheen on blues and soul, the 49-year-old is taking on the drought-...
  • Niños inmigrantes podrán tener seguro de salud en California

    Niños inmigrantes podrán tener seguro de salud en California
    LOS ANGELES - Unos 170.000 menores de bajos recursos y sin autorización legal podrán beneficiarse del seguro médico de California, según el acuerdo presupuestario al que llegaron el martes el gobernador Jerry Brown y dirigentes demócratas. "Lo que...
  • Budget agreement allocates $8.3 million to California Arts Council

    Budget agreement allocates $8.3 million to California Arts Council
    Gov. Jerry Brown has a reputation as a budget hawk who'll pounce on stray spending he thinks could leave California's state government with IOUs that its coffers can't cover — and he lived up to it Tuesday, striking a deal with lawmakers that...
  • Correction: XGR--California Budget story

    In stories June 16 and June 17 about the California state budget, The Associated Press, relying on a lawmaker's statement, reported erroneously that California would be the first state in the nation to offer health care to children who are in the...
  • Payday for football star and other wrongly convicted Californians

    Payday for football star and other wrongly convicted Californians
    Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday signed legislation to pay $968,400 to settle claims by three wrongly convicted Californians, including Brian Banks, a former star football player from Long Beach who served five years in prison before a young girl recanted...
  • Brown, Legislature serve up a leaner budget

    Brown, Legislature serve up a leaner budget
    The Legislature sent Gov. Jerry Brown a ham sandwich Monday and it was quickly cooked into a low-fat, full-course meal. It was much more nourishing than the bologna legislators used to serve up summer after summer. I'll need to explain that. Back in...
  • Rules for medical pot, finally?

    Rules for medical pot, finally?
    California lawmakers are, again, getting close to adopting the state's first system to regulate medical marijuana. Even if they're 20 years late and it's difficult to craft laws for a largely lawless industry, legislators must not let another session...
  • A year later, California drought-relief money is unspent

    More than $320 million that was supposed to be rushed to drought-stricken California communities sits unspent in government bank accounts more than a year after lawmakers voted to use the money to provide water, protect wells from contamination and...