PolitiFact California evaluates the controversy over the housing bill known as SB 50. We look back on women’s efforts to secure the vote after World War I. A notorious serial killer gets her say onstage in Sacramento.
SB 50 is a controversial California housing bill. There’s quite a bit of information circulating about it, but not all of it is true. The PolitiFact California team separates fact from fiction, taking a closer look at the legislation.
Sacramento State History Professor Dr. Mona Siegel traces women’s rights after World War I in a new book titled “Peace on Our Terms: The Global Battle for Women’s Rights After the First World War.”
Sacramentans will remember the 1988 arrest of Dorothea Puente. She was a grandmotherly figure who killed nine and cashed their government checks. In California Stage’s sold out production, the audience gets a glimpse into the mind of a serial killer.