Gov. Jerry Brown to GOP: 'Get out of the way'Jerry Brown on Sunday took to the national airwaves to weigh in on the presidential election, arguing that President Obama had laid a foundation for economic recovery and that the country would be better off if Republicans would "get out of the way ...
Jerry Brown defends tax measure, likens Mitt Romney to Thomas DeweyJerry Brown defends tax measure, likens Mitt Romney to Thomas Dewey. Gov. Jerry Brown said this morning that California's high tax rates have not dragged down the economy, defending his Nov. 6 ballot initiative to raise taxes in a television interview.
Gov. Jerry Brown signs bills against religious discriminationBlue, green, saffron, red, pink and black turbans crowded around Gov. Jerry Brown on the north steps of the Capitol on Saturday when he signed two bills designed to battle anti-Sikh discrimination.
Off Beat: Jerry Brown says 'Casi-yes'Jerry Brown apparently never got the memo. In his announcement last month that he approved the compact with the tribe, he made no mention of the vote.
Gov. Jerry Brown signs 59 billsJerry Brown. With hundreds of pieces of legislation on his desk, Brown signed 59 measures Friday, including one by Sen. Ted Lieu (D-Torrance) that prohibits landlords from requiring tenants to pay their rent electronically.
Gov. Brown used political muscle to revive workers' comp billHe reminded Democrats about the 170-page bill's benefits for injured workers, and Republicans were warned that without the bill, businesses faced up to 18% increases in workers' compensation insurance.
California Governor Jerry Brown Issues Proclamation Declaring Admission DaySoon after the outbreak of war in 1846, United States forces invaded the Mexican province of Alta California. Seven months later, on January 13, 1847, representatives of both countries signed the Treaty of Cahuenga in the San Fernando Valley, ending ...
Gov. Jerry Brown signs bill to help probe, prevent power outagesGov. Jerry Brown has signed into law a bill meant to aid in the investigation and prevention of unplanned power outages. Sponsored by Assemblyman Steven Bradford, D-Gardena, AB 2584 requires utility companies to preserve evidence of unplanned ...
Gov. Jerry Brown sees 'fear in the eyes of Republicans' on taxesGov. Jerry Brown dismissed notions today that he can go back to GOP lawmakers for higher taxes if his November initiative fails, saying "there is fear in the eyes of Republicans when the tax word is uttered in their presence.
California Governor Jerry Brown Approves California's First Off-Reservation ...September 7, 2012 - Governor Jerry Brown agreed late last week with federal authorities to allow two Native American tribes to build large casinos on sites outside their reservations.
Elder abuse legislation would benefit Napa residentsOn Friday, Gov. Jerry Brown signed 59 new bills into law, yet hundreds more await his signature or veto before the Sept. 30 deadline.
Did California legislators and Gov. Jerry Brown do enough to win voters ...Jerry Brown and Democrats in the Legislature on Friday finished a grueling eight months of painful governing. The question is: Was it enough to cut through the grating noises of dysfunction emanating from the Capitol this summer?
Brown signs law expanding controller's audit powerJerry Brown has signed a bill expanding the state controller's oversight of local government auditing practices. AB1345 was introduced by Bell Gardens Democratic Assemblyman Ricardo Lara in response to the Bell financial scandal.
California Governor Jerry Brown Issues Legislative Update On Signed BillsCalifornia Governor Jerry Brown Issues Legislative Update On Signed Bills. 9-7-2012 - SACRAMENTO - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.
Jerry Brown, Democrats reach deal on public pension overhaulJerry Brown and state lawmakers have reached a deal that will alter pensions for hundreds of thousand of local and state workers.
Jerry Brown and Chris Christie engage in cross-country trash talkA blossoming feud between California Gov. Jerry Brown and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie could bring a little fun back into politics.
Jerry Brown rounding up support for workers' compensation revampSACRAMENTO -- Gov. Jerry Brown is personally lobbying lawmakers, businesses and labor unions to round up enough votes to pass a major overhaul of California's $17-billion workers' compensation insurance program.
Gray and JerryJerry Brown's chief of staff in the 1970s, four years as a state Assemblyman, two terms as state Controller and one as both lieutenant governor and governor—was cut short by a voter recall in 2003.
California saves $85M under Jerry Brown travel banCalifornia saves $85M under Jerry Brown travel ban. SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Gov. Jerry Brown's travel ban has saved California taxpayers at least $85 million since he took office, state officials announced Thursday.
Jerry Brown signs dozens of bills into lawThe bill is among dozens signed into law Friday by Gov. Jerry Brown that deal with everything from human trafficking to who gets to give your dog an injection at the vet.