California Governor Gavin Newsom signed off on a bill which could benefit human trafficking and prostitution in the state. Last week, the Democrat approved SB 357, which reverses loitering laws that law enforcement used to combat both.
Californians are facing pain at the pump and a recent data leak of concealed carry permit holders. Cole Brocato is a Republican running for California’s 38th State Assembly District to address these issues in the Golden State.
Californians who applied for concealed carry permits had their personal information leaked this week and we are learning the leak was larger than initially reported.
The Supreme Court ruled that the Clean Air Act does not give the EPA broad or expansive powers to regulate carbon emissions, in turn, leaving it up to states. In a six to three vote on Thursday, the high court decided the executive agency could not impose regulations on states that restrict carbon emissions to encourage a transfer to renewable energy.
A bill in the Golden State that’s aimed at punishing medical experts for spreading so-called misinformation is continuing to make it’s way through the state senate. One America’s Cynthia Kaui has more.
President Joe Biden’s policies are under scrutiny after more than 51 migrants were found dead in San Antonio, Texas in an apparent human smuggling operation. As officials are investigating the cause of the deaths, which took place in a tractor-trailer, officials are certain about one thing: the administration’s border policies are not working.
A California State Assembly committee passed a Senate bill that would make the state a transgender sanctuary state. The legislation passed Monday along party lines. It would provide refuge for trans youth and their parents, along with physicians who believe in so-called gender-affirming health care.
In face of Roe v. Wade getting overturned in a historic Supreme Court decision Friday, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 1666 into law to protect abortion providers. He’s expected to sign several other similar measures to codify abortion.
A bill circulating in the California State Senate proposes giving minors 15 and older the choice to get vaccinated without parental consent. One America’s Natasha Sweatte spoke to a student who publicly testified against this measure.