Probably because Greg Flynn, who operates 24 of the bakery cafes in California, is a longtime friend of Gov. Gavin Newsom.
California made carry permits easier to obtain but nearly impossible to use.
Gavin Newsom supported a ballot initiative to legalize recreational marijuana in California but rejected a social consumption measure.
The long-planned tunnel will bring water from the Sacramento River to the state's dry southern regions.
California is facing a projected deficit of $68 billion, a larger amount than the entire annual budget of the state of Florida.
Blame lingering pandemic-era restrictions that make it harder for people to find a dog or cat they'd like to adopt.
By banning firearms from a long list of "sensitive places," the state is copying a policy that federal judges have repeatedly rejected.
Too bad that was only a small part of the 90-minute affair.
Instead of looking like a future president, Newsom comes off as just another small man in a big office.
State officials seem to delight in how much money they "invest" in different priorities, without worrying too much about outcomes.
He insists that he's not running for president, but his vetoes of the fringiest measures suggest otherwise.
The Golden State's new rules—which Pennsylvania's Environmental Quality Board opted to copy—will increase the cost of a new truck by about one-third.
Newsom vetoed both reforms, which he deemed excessively permissive.
Boosting minimum wages often increases unemployment and raises prices.
Plus: internet censorship, outdoor dining land grabs, and more...
Republican-controlled Huntington Beach has sued the state government to stop enforcement of state housing mandates.
California’s governor insists his “28th Amendment” would leave the right to arms “intact.”
The Rubin Report host makes the case for the Florida governor, who courageously defied lockdowns but is quick to use the state to punish corporations he doesn't like.
After getting lucky for his first few years in office, Newsom now faces his first major budgetary crisis. How he responds will show a lot about his leadership skills.
At least until all the gasoline is gone.
Disability Rights Group Challenges California Law That Forces the Mentally Ill Into Court-Ordered Treatment
"On its face, the CARE Act violates essential constitutional guarantees of due process and equal protection while needlessly burdening fundamental rights to privacy, autonomy and liberty," the petition states.
U.S. District Judge William B. Shubb says the law is unconstitutionally vague.
If all Californians bought E.V.s tomorrow, it would be a nightmare.
"Engineers are really good at making things better, but they can't make them better than the laws of physics permit."
Many politicians who want to ban gas-powered vehicles appear to misunderstand the science.
California's governor is following Carter's disastrous energy policies at a time when the state's residents are suffering from already high prices.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill in September that will chip away at a policy that has long been criticized as enabling racially-motivated policing.
Local officials argue that the eye-popping sum is necessary due to rising construction costs, but experts disagree.
The governor made these claims on Monday while also putting a February 2023 end date on the state's emergency public health order.
Any new rules for the crypto market should protect entrepreneurs and investors from overzealous intervention, not subject them to it.
Citing costs, California Gov. Gavin Newsom struck a victory for parental choice in education.
The market already is moving in the EV direction, so the state should just let companies do their thing.
Wonderful news for California's economy and consumers!
If the Golden State wants to convert to electrical vehicles, it better start embracing nuclear power.
If Newsom wants to pick a fight with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, he should try a different topic.
The law is an important step, but ending police harassment of sex workers requires decriminalizing the trade entirely.