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  • Restaurants skip required nutrition info; officials choose not to care

    Only five years ago, California enacted a pioneering law that required restaurants to put nutritional information on menus. For the first time, consumers were empowered to make informed decisions about what they ate. So it seems crazy that it's even a...
  • Oklahoma man arrested in alleged 'revenge porn' extortions

    Oklahoma man arrested in alleged 'revenge porn' extortions
    An Oklahoma man who allegedly blackmailed women with nude and sexually explicit photos on his “revenge porn” website has been arrested and faces charges in California, Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris announced Friday. Casey E. Meyering, 28, of...
  • Attorney general to challenge ruling on concealed weapons

    Attorney general to challenge ruling on concealed weapons
    SAN FRANCISCO —Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris said Thursday that she would challenge a federal appeals court ruling that would require counties to give law-abiding residents permits to carry concealed guns. Harris’ announcement followed a...
  • GOP rivals fault Jerry Brown's leadership as he begins reelection bid

    GOP rivals fault Jerry Brown's leadership as he begins reelection bid
    This post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details.  Republican gubernatorial candidates reacted to Gov. Jerry Brown’s reelection bid on Thursday by arguing that California has faltered during his time in office. Former U.S....
  • Looking at your cellphone while driving should be illegal too

    Looking at your cellphone while driving should be illegal too
    You can't talk or text while driving in California. But if you want to use a map or some other app on your smartphone, that's OK. At least for now. The 5th District Court of Appeal ruled Thursday that the California Highway Patrol was wrong to ticket...
  • State Senate is down to one black member, who's not happy about it

    SACRAMENTO -- The leave of absence by Sen. Roderick Wright (D-Inglewood) has left the 40-person state Senate with just one African American member, a situation that is sparking concern about a lack of diversity. Sen. Holly Mitchell (D-Los Angeles),...
  • State Democrats to descend on L.A. for annual party convention

    State Democrats to descend on L.A. for annual party convention
    Thousands of California Democrats will descend on downtown Los Angeles on Friday to kick off their annual convention, largely a celebration of the party’s dominance in state politics, but also a showcase of some internal spats that leaders tried...
  • Mayor Garcetti to convention: 'California Democrats get things done'

    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti opened the state’s Democratic convention on Saturday with a tribute to the party’s dominance in California, saying it has ensured progress on climate change, immigration, public transit and civil rights....
  • At convention in L.A., Democrats are warned against complacency

    At convention in L.A., Democrats are warned against complacency
    California Democrats gathered Saturday to celebrate their dominance in state politics, buoyant about their prospects in this year's elections. But the party's annual convention showed potential minefields for a group that appears to be at the peak of...
  • California Democrats get an outside perspective

    Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, who spoke at the California Democratic convention in Los Angeles this weekend, sized up for The Times a very different gathering taking place in his home state. At the Conservative Political Action Conference in Oxon...
  • Courts to decide which comes first, the chickens or the eggs

    Courts to decide which comes first, the chickens or the eggs
    The individual mandate in the 2010 Affordable Care Act forced the courts to consider anew the limits of Congress' power to regulate the insurance market. Now, a California law governing the size of hens' cages is testing the limit of a state's power to...