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  • Healthcare for those in U.S. illegally could cost California $740 million a year

    Healthcare for those in U.S. illegally could cost California $740 million a year
    Extending state-subsidized healthcare coverage to people in the country illegally could cost California as much as $740 million annually, according to a Senate fiscal analysis released Monday.
  • Affirming the right of citizens to record police activity

    Affirming the right of citizens to record police activity
    It is not a crime for Californians to use their smartphones to record police activity in a public place, as long as they do not “deter or prevent” officers from performing their duties. Maybe the deputy U.S. marshal who grabbed the...

    New push to protect people who videotape police officers

    New push to protect people who videotape police officers
    In a world where cellphone videos are increasingly ubiquitous, the scene captured Sunday in South Gate has generated attention and alarm. A U.S. marshal was captured on a video snatching a woman’s cellphone as she was recording and smashing it...

    State Senate calls for swapping Father Serra statue with one of Sally Ride

    State Senate calls for swapping Father Serra statue with one of Sally Ride
    SACRAMENTO — A divided California state Senate voted Monday to request that the statue of Father Junipero Serra in the U.S. Capitol be replaced with one of NASA astronaut Sally Ride, the first American woman in space. Each state can place statues...

    California Senate seeks to clarify right to video police conduct

    California Senate seeks to clarify right to video police conduct
    Alarmed that some bystanders have been detained by law enforcement for videotaping police officers during use-of-force incidents, the  state Senate on Monday approved legislation that would clarify the right of people to photograph officers as long as...