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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...
California

California Offering Unemployment Benefits to Federal Workers Hurt by Shutdown

California is offering unemployment benefits to federal workers affected by the ongoing partial government shutdown. The state is defying the Trump administration’s regulation that...
California Gov. Gavin Newsom wants to expand paid family leave to six months

California Gov. Newsom Unveils Plans to Address Housing Crisis

California Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled his plans to address the state’s housing crisis, one of his top priorities to help Californians. In a statement, Newsom...
PG&E

PG&E to File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Pacific Gas and Electric Corporation (PG&E) announced its decision to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy as it faces lawsuits in connection with the deadly...
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California Gov. Newsom Unveils Actions to Reduce Healthcare Costs

Governor Gavin Newsom announced actions and proposals to lower the cost of healthcare and prescription drugs—a key part of his “California for All” agenda. Newsom...

California Leads Coalition Defending Affordable Care Act (ACA) against Texas Judge Ruling

California is leading a multistate coalition defending the Affordable Care Act (ACA) against a district court ruling undermining the healthcare of millions of Americans. On...

Women’s March Axed Because Participants are “Overwhelmingly White”

Over the weekend, Americans learned of the cancellation of a previously planned Women's March event in Eureka, California. However, the reason behind the cancellation...
PG&E

PG&E could face criminal charges if its power lines started wildfires due to recklessness

Pacific Gas and Electric Corporation (PG&E) could face criminal charges including manslaughter and murder if found that its power lines caused the recent wildfires...
Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo to Pay $575 Million to Settle Nationwide Probe into its Misconduct

Wells Fargo & Company agreed to pay $575 million to settle a multistate investigation into its misconduct involving its sales practices, mortgage-rate lock fees,...

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U.S. Transportation Department Orders Audit of Boeing 737-Max 8 Certification

The U.S. Department of Transportation directed its Inspector General to perform an audit of Boeing 737 Max 8 certification from the Federal Aviation Administration’s...