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  • State Senate panel OKs bill limiting vaccination waivers at raucous hearing

    State Senate panel OKs bill limiting vaccination waivers at raucous hearing
    A bill that would make childhood vaccinations harder to avoid survived its first legislative test Wednesday, after a three-hour hearing marked by raw emotion on both sides of the issue and a packed rally at which Robert F. Kennedy Jr. denounced the measure.
  • California eases Jessica's Law restrictions for some sex offenders

    California eases Jessica's Law restrictions for some sex offenders
    When California voters approved Jessica's Law in 2006, the goal was simple: to keep sex offenders away from children. The sweeping measure prohibited all sex offenders from living within 2,000 feet of schools and parks where children gather,...

    Senate approves water legislation to address drought, flooding

    Senate approves water legislation to address drought, flooding
    The state Senate approved on Wednesday a $1-billion spending plan that is billed as an emergency response to the state's drought, which has entered its fourth year with no sign of stopping.  The legislation now goes to the Assembly, which is scheduled...

    State officials react to UCI flag controversy with constitutional amendment

    State lawmakers Monday announced plans to introduce an amendment to California's constitution that would bar state-funded colleges and universities from banning the American flag on school property. The announcement comes two days after a five-member...

    Capitol minister aims to deliver state leaders from temptation

    Capitol minister aims to deliver state leaders from temptation
    Amid the crush of lobbyists, lawyers and lawmakers packing the hallways of the Capitol in the final days of each legislative session, one figure moves through the corridors with noticeable serenity. Tall and lean, Frank Erb might be mistaken for a...