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California AG Becerra Slams CFPB over Proposal to Repeal Payday Lending Rule

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra criticized the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFBP) over its proposal to repeal certain provisions of the Obama-era Payday Lending...

Alphabet Announces Earning Statement

After the market closed, Alphabet released their earning statement. They say that earnings of $12.77 per share while many Wall Street experts had expected...

California Restaurant Owner Retracts Ban on ‘MAGA’ Hats

A California restaurant owner is now backtracking on his recent claims to refuse service to individuals who wear 'Make America Great Again' (MAGA) hats. Reviewing...
California Gov. Gavin Newsom wants to expand paid family leave to six months

Gov. Newsom Proposes $25M Budget for Groups Helping Asylum Seekers

California Governor Gavin Newsom is proposing $25 million funding for an Immigration Rapid Response Program to help organizations providing services to asylum seekers. On Thursday,...
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Aetna to pay $935K to settle its alleged violations of California health privacy laws

Aetna agreed to pay $935,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging that it violated California health privacy laws for revealing patients’ HIV status. The state’s Attorney...

California Penalizes Charitable Organization for Engaging in Misleading Reporting Scheme

Giving Children Hope (GCH) agreed to pay $400,000 to settle the investigation of the California Attorney General’s office into its alleged misleading reporting scheme. In...

PG and E Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) Corp filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on January 29, 2019. The company says they do not face an...

California Care Home Owner Convicted for Death of Elderly with Dementia

A California care home owner will spend time in jail for the death of an elderly with dementia, according to State Attorney General Xavier...
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California to Sue City of Huntington Beach for Allegedly Violating State’s Housing Law

California is suing the City of Huntington Beach for allegedly violating the state’s housing law. On Friday, Governor Gavin Newsom announced the lawsuit against the...

Johnson & Johnson to Pay $120M to Settle Multistate Complaint over Hip Implant Devices

Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary Depuy agreed to pay $120 million to settle a multistate complaint involving its hip implant devices. California and 45...

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Trump Appoints Ducey to Bipartisan Council of Governors

President Donald Trump appointed Governor Doug Ducey to the Council of Governors, a bipartisan group of ten governors who will advise the White House...