Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration has agreed in a settlement to propose a new lethal injection method this year, it was announced Tuesday.
Californians used 13.5% less water in April compared to the same month in 2013 in response to Gov. Jerry Brown’s historic executive order requiring increased conservation in the fourth year of drought, the State Water Resources Board reported Tuesday.
Californians used 13.5% less water in April, compared to the same month in 2013, in response to Gov. Jerry Brown’s historic executive order requiring increased conservation in the fourth year of drought.
The backyard swimming pool is again in regulators' crosshairs as they scramble to save enough water to meet Gov. Jerry Brown's order to cut urban use 25%.
Noted vegan and water-based life form Moby has a lot to say about California water policy, and recently helped launch a petition asking Governor Jerry Brown for a stricter water budget. In an interview with Rolling Stone, the musician spins...
JERRY BROWN AND EDUCATION: The governor who didn’t bark. Schools are raiding money earmarked for poor students, and siphoning it off into teacher raises. And Jerry isn’t saying anything.
In his May 21 address to business and political leaders in Sacramento, California Governor Jerry Brown expressed a qualified endorsement of converting toilet-to-tap water. Acknowledging that the concept is radical, not around the corner,...Show More Summary
Like Gov. Jerry Brown, California lawmakers expect the state to collect much more in taxes in the coming fiscal year than Brown predicted in January, when he first proposed a budget for 2015-16. The key question now, though, is how much more revenue — and spending — to include in the final version...
The big drought has Californians worried. There are major controversies over Governor Jerry Brown's order to cut water consumption by 25 percent, not to mention some furious to-and-froing on climate change and demands for tax hikes and tax cuts. Show More Summary
Dear CA Legislators and Governor Jerry Brown, 5-27-15 I am writing regarding SB277. Applying information from easily-accessible sources about vaccines, I cannot identify one person who should not be granted a medical exemption for each and every vaccine. This is...
Two weeks after Gov. Jerry Brown released his revised budget proposal, Democratic lawmakers are pushing their own spending plans that include hundreds of millions of dollars more for child care, healthcare and the state's rainy-day fund.
Los Angeles Times, UC Law Students Celebrate Exemption From Supplemental Fee Increases: What was in effect a footnote in Gov. Jerry Brown's recent proposed budget for the University of California has turned into a cause for major celebration among UC law students. Surprising many faculty, Brown and the UC regents...
When it comes to California's roller-coaster finances, Gov. Jerry Brown has bent lawmakers and voters to his will, rejecting new spending programs, passing a temporary tax hike and strengthening the state's rainy-day fund.
What was in effect a footnote in Gov. Jerry Brown's recent proposed budget for the University of California has turned into a cause for major celebration among UC law students.
California Gov. Jerry Brown has proposed an amnesty program meant to help people who can’t afford to pay traffic fines and penalties.
It takes a good deal of skill and ingenuity to be too over the top for a hardcore liberal icon like Jerry Brown, but then I guess that any group that thinks that it needs to have formal pre- and post-protest protests is probably up to the challenge. The post Oakland protesters upset that they can no longer block traffic. appeared first on RedState.
As California endures its fourth year of grueling drought, officials are getting more serious about mandatory water cuts. Gov. Jerry Brown imposed the state's first-ever water restrictions last month, ordering cities and towns to cut water by 25 percent. Show More Summary
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While the damage from the oil pipeline rupture on the California coastline is still unfolding, already its toll is daunting. Gov. Jerry Brown has declared a State of Emergency in Santa Barbara County. An estimated 105,000 gallons spilled from the burst pipeline in all, about a fifth of which made it into the sea. Show More Summary