Bonta’s attorney general campaign reported raising $1.6 million in contributions since he was appointed by Gov. Gavin Newsom, a financial disclosure report shows.
After a federal judge’s ruling declared it unconstitutional, gun safety advocates fear California’s trailblazing work is in jeopardy, concerned that the decision could help unravel decades of hard-fought progress here and across the country.
A new UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies poll co-sponsored by the Los Angeles Times found that 56% of the state’s voters surveyed believe stronger laws restricting the sale and possession of guns help make their communities safer, but the nu…
State officials have hired former federal prosecutor McGregor Scott to serve as special counsel to assist in investigating fraud in California’s unemployment benefits system.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signs budget legislation that will trigger a massive cash payout to help residents and businesses recover from the pandemic.
The state Employment Development Department exercised an option to extend the bank’s contract for two years, even though officials with the financial institution indicated that they would like to end their work for the state unemployment system.
Bonta says he expects the two new teams, one for Northern California and one for Southern California, to investigate 40 to 50 fatal police shootings each year.
With gun violence also surging, California Atty. Gen. Rob Bonta called on local law enforcement to step up efforts to reduce shootings.
The governor acted just hours after both houses of the Legislature approved the bill extending the eviction protections through Sept. 30.
The new states added to the sanctions list are Florida, Montana, West Virginia, Arkansas and North Dakota, according to California Atty. General Rob Bonta.