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  • Tomatoes, apples and a cold brew -- California farmers market beer law OK'd

    Tomatoes, apples and a cold brew -- California farmers market beer law OK'd
    Craft breweries will soon be able to join winemakers in selling their wares at local farmers markets, thanks to a law just signed by California Gov. Jerry Brown.
  • Gov. Brown signs bill to reduce deportations for minor crimes

    Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday signed into law a measure aimed at reducing deportations of legal immigrants who are convicted of misdemeanors. The measure, SB 1310, was one of 24 bills signed by the governor, among them a ban on homeowners associations...

    'Sip-and-spit' bill would allow underage winemakers to taste wines

    'Sip-and-spit' bill would allow underage winemakers to taste wines
    If you’re under 21 and studying winemaking, how are you going to taste the wine you are learning to make? Right now, underage students in Cal Poly San Luis Obispo’s wine and viticulture program are shut out from classes that include wine-...

    Plastic bag ban advances in Assembly

    Plastic bag ban advances in Assembly
    A proposal to phase out the use of single-use plastic bags in California grocery stores was approved Wednesday by a key Assembly panel despite heavy lobbying efforts by the plastics trade industry, which warned it would cost the state thousands of jobs....

    California safety officials ill-prepared for increasing oil imports

    California safety officials ill-prepared for increasing oil imports
    California safety agencies are currently ill-prepared for a significant increase in transporting oil by rail through the state, but steps are being taken to catch up, experts told state lawmakers Thursday. Oil imports by rail to California have grown...