Two conservative organizations have filed a lawsuit to stop an Oakland ballot measure that would allow noncitizens to vote in school board elections.
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.
A bill introduced by Sacramento lawmakers on Thursday would give governing bodies greater authority to remove disruptive individuals from public meetings.
"The lid’s about to come off this city," one trustee warned.
It's a scary time to be a public official.
For more than a year, school officials across the state have been subjected to unprecedented levels of threats and harassment from members of the public. Now, the FBI is getting involved.
Conspiracy theorists have set their sights on local school boards, city councils, and more.