A Mask Comeback? Capitol Mandate Leaves People Wondering What's Next For the StateA minor coronavirus outbreak in the California assembly has lawmakers and staff wearing masks once again. It's got some wondering, is the whole state next?
Recall Newsom Rally Held At California State Capitol Hours After Campaign Announces It Gathered Enough Signatures For BallotA group seeking the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom held a rally at the California State Capitol on Sunday hours after the group announced they have collected enough signatures to put the recall on a state ballot.
Public Barred From California Senate After Threats SurfaceThe California state Senate closed its session to the public on Friday, a day after two women in attendance made threats against lawmakers, while law enforcement in Sacramento and other state cities girded for possible violence in advance of next week’s inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
Gov. Newsom Deploys National Guard To Protect Capitol Ahead Of Presidential InaugurationThe California National Guard is being deployed in Sacramento to protect the State Capitol ahead of the presidential inauguration, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday.
Hospitality Workers Fast At Capitol, Call On Newsom To Allow Return To WorkCalifornia hospitality workers are fasting at the State Capitol and they're demanding Governor Gavin Newsom to sign a bill allowing them to return to work.
Trump Rally Held Saturday At State Capitol In SacramentoA rally for President Donald Trump happened Saturday at the California State Capitol in Sacramento.
Pastor Says 12,000 People Attended Prayer Rally Outside California State CapitolA pastor associated with Bethel Church in Redding is claiming that over 12,000 people attended a protest and worship service on the California State Capitol grounds on Sunday.
California Senate Meets As GOP Senators Tested For COVID-19Nearly all of the Republicans in the California Senate were barred from entering the state Capitol on Thursday after they were exposed to the coronavirus, prompting unprecedented changes that include allowing lawmakers to vote via video conference from their homes as the Legislature rushes to complete their work by Monday's deadline.
'We Are Dying Out Here': Salon Owners Take To Capitol, Push To Reopen IndoorsSalon owners say they need to fully reopen now or close for good because of ongoing financial struggles.
California's Only Native American Lawmaker: 'Taking Down The Monuments Are Not Enough'As race relations are in the spotlight, California's first and only Native American lawmaker, Assemblymember James Ramos (D-San Bernadino), hopes the call the remove some controversial historical statues is just the beginning.
Salon Industry Workers Hold Rally At State Capitol To Raise Awareness For Reopening BusinessesThere were plenty of signs, face masks and rally cries near the steps of the California state capitol building Monday, all pushing for salons to reopen.