- Sacramento County District Attorney Thein Ho is speaking out about the reasons why he is suing the city of Sacramento over its response to the homeless crisis. Ho says it is not an attack on law enforcement. Click here to read more.
- Governor Gavin Newsom has issued an executive order commanding California's insurance commissioner to consider whether emergency action could be necessary to stabilize the state's insurance market. But a watchdog group is warning the order is a bad move for the industry. Click here to read more.
- California cities, fed up with their losing battle against homelessness, are taking their arguments to the U.S. Supreme Court. In a legal brief filed this week, the California State Association of Counties and League of California Cities told justices that court rulings over the last five years have tied their hands when it comes to removing encampments. Click here to read more.
- The Rocklin Teachers Professional Association claims the Rocklin Unified school board rushed to adopt the policy earlier this month without negotiating first with union members. The union says it was denied the legal right to bargain the impact and effects the policy would have to teaching and student learning. Click here to read more.