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California Senate passes bill prohibiting ‘forced outing’ of students

The legislation now heads to a final vote in the Assembly, where it will proceed to the governor's desk if passed.

Ukrainian winemakers visit California’s Napa Valley to learn how to heal war-ravaged vineyards

"This is just the beginning of a hopeful relationship to literally restore the health of this country."

North Carolina voters claim redrawn maps deny them fair elections

North Carolina lawmakers are attempting to throw out a lawsuit that claims they violated voters’ right to "fair" elections by redrawing election maps.

Cop and suspect shot by San Diego sheriffs can advance parts of their suit

The detective was shot in the leg by San Diego County sheriff's deputies in a friendly fire incident when the deputies fired at a car theft suspect, who also ended up severely injured.

DOJ: Phoenix police used excessive deadly force, violated civil rights

The city says it needs “several weeks” to craft a response to the Department of Justice’s findings that the city discriminates on the basis of race and against those who are homeless and mentally ill.

California Legislature passes $293 billion budget

Top lawmakers will now work with Governor Gavin Newsom on a final budget, which could reach a vote next week.