California exempts many undocumented students from paying non-resident tuition at public colleges and universities, but gaps in the law deny exemptions to some undocumented and international students — even if they’ve lived in the state for more than a decade.
A controversial law requiring all publicly held companies headquartered in the Golden State to have at least one woman on their board of directors has been ruled unconstitutional by a Superior Court judge..
Gov. Newsom is considering seeking federal funds to keep Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant open as the state transitions away from fossil fuels. But there are many complications to keeping nuclear power in California.
California legislators are advancing two bills that would require companies to report more data about pay and internal practices. Business groups oppose the bills and say the data could be taken out of context.
Under the new plan, the state would almost eliminate oil and shift to renewable sources over the next two decades, but offers no update on the controversial polluting-trading market known as cap-and-trade.
A new bill aimed at increasing affordable housing construction is back by California’s carpenters’ unions, but the Construction and Building Trades Council is opposed, saying it doesn't guarantee union wages.