Candidates had to report their latest numbers today.
In the first two and a half month of 2014, Governor Jerry Brown reports raising nearly $3 million. His campaign filing indicates he has about $20 million cash on hand.
One of Brown’s Republican Challengers, Neel Kashkari, reports raising more than $1.3 million during the same period. He has about $900 thousand cash on hand.
The third major candidate, Republican Assemblyman Tim Donnelly, reported raising just over $180 thousand in the first two and a half months of 2014. He has about $11 thousand ash on hand.
The California Legislature’s “gut-and-amend” process is highly criticized, but lawmakers defend it as necessary.
Sources tell Capital Public Radio that a deal has been reached for legislation that would tighten regulations for ride-sharing companies.
The state senator from San Diego who was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence early Friday has released a statement regarding the incident.
Measures that would create tougher campaign finance disclosure laws are heading to the governor's desk.
Health care advocates are concerned about a California law that allows the state to claim assets of deceased people who received health care through Medi-Cal.