A proposed bill banning facial recognition features on police body cameras is waiting for California Governor Gavin Newsom’s stamp of approval.
The Trump administration is ready to help tackle California’s homelessness crisis. During an interview Monday, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson said President Trump is passionate about combating homelessness in the state.
The governor of California is preparing to either approve or toss a number of ballot measures ahead of a Friday deadline.
Former Representative Darrell Issa is looking to get back to the lower chamber, which may come at another Republican’s expense. On Tuesday, Issa confirmed he will likely run for the seat currently held by congressman Duncan Hunter.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) is pushing back on a declaration, which labels the group a “domestic terrorist organization.” The NRA filed a lawsuit Monday, challenging the declaration filed by the city of San Francisco. The gun rights advocacy group is claiming it violates their First Amendment rights of free speech.
California Governor Gavin Newsom recently passed two bills, which limit the number of medical concerns that can qualify for a vaccine exemption. He signed a bill Monday to add additional oversight on vaccine exemptions parents can request for their children.
Federal health officials announce another casualty related to the use of e-cigarettes, this time in California. According to L.A. county’s department of public health Friday, the patient was over 55-years-old and had a history of chronic health problems. Doctors said the patient died after inhaling a vaporized marijuana product. This marks the 5th vaping-related death in recent weeks with at least 450 cases have been identified across the U.S.
California lawmakers introduce a new bill prohibiting schools from suspending students for disruptive behavior. One America’s Jennesh Agagas has more on the expected changes to the school system if signed into law.
California lawmakers are set to vote on a number of bills before leaving for recess for the rest of the year. One of those bills includes the use of deadly force. One America’s Meghann Dyke takes a look at the measures up for debate.