A bill that would have allowed supervised consumption of narcotics at sites in three California cities was vetoed by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday.
Local governments need to be aware of how this legislation will impact them. They should also know about several provisions that allow local agencies to directly tap into federal assistance under IRA.
Lawmakers Crack Down on Public Meeting Disruptions
Brittany M. Thu, 08/04/2022 - 06:48
Local governments and school boards will have clearer guidelines for when and how to remove disruptive individuals from public meetings under a bill passed by the Legislature on Monday.
The governor signed the SB 357 on a cautionary note, stating his administration would be monitoring crime and prosecution trends for "possible unintended consequences."
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SB 1186 is opposed by the League of California Cities, the California State Association of Counties and Rural County Representatives of California.
Sacramento-area lawmakers have introduced a bill that would allow removal of homeless encampments at designated “special parklands” like Sacramento’s American River Parkway.
New Bill Seeks to Curb Public Meeting Disruptions
A bill introduced by Sacramento lawmakers on Thursday would give governing bodies greater authority to remove disruptive individuals from public meetings.Brittany M. Mon, 02/21/2022 - 16:30
A number of new laws took effect in California on New Year’s Day. They range from a $14-15 minimum wage to new pig breeding standards that could seriously affect your bacon supply.
Two days after his titanic victory in the September 14 recall election, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed historic legislation that essentially eliminates single-family zoning across the state of California.