California employees owed back wages would be able to place a lien on their former employer’s property under a bill that cleared the Assembly Labor and Employment Committee Wednesday.
Any genetically modified food product sold in California would have to come labeled as such under a bill that passed a state Senate committee Tuesday.
Before signing an on-line agreement with or liking a company on Facebook, consumer advocates are warning customers they should read all the way to the bottom of the contract.
Layoffs could be coming to a Sacramento based dental insurance company; more drama at Sacramento's largest law firm; and a former Project Runway contestant opens a Sacramento store. Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson has the scoop.
California legislative committees Tuesday heard a package of bills that would raise the level of funding for public assistance programs that have been cut in recent years.