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California Just Became the First State to End Bail. Here’s What You Need to Know
(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) California will become the first state to eliminate bail for suspects awaiting trial and replace it with a still murky risk-assessment system under a bill signed Tuesday by Gov. J... read more
How Wildfires Are Making Some California Homes Uninsurable
California’s wildfires keep growing bigger, more frequent and more destructive. Of the 20 worst wildfires in state history, four were just last year ... a world that’s uninsurable.” Here’s what you ne... read more
How California conservatives became the intellectual engine of Trumpism
In September, I traveled the length of the Golden State, stopping at conservative outpost after conservative outpost, to try to understand how one of the most liberal states in the union had become .. ... read more
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California has ended money bail. Who will bail out the industry?
Reform in California, which holds roughly a quarter of the market, could prompt other states to follow suit, bail groups and lobbyists said. Reaction has been swift: Just ... be here a little longer i... read more
California Is Adopting LGBT-Inclusive History Textbooks. It's the Latest Chapter in a Centuries-Long Fight
Six years ago, California became the first state to mandate that students be ... Get your history fix in one place: sign up for the weekly TIME History newsletter This change to the California curricu... read more
How Can We Get More Women In Elected Office? Look to New Hampshire.
But the Granite State has a new claim to fame: its number of women in elected office. As reported after the 2012 elections in Bloomberg Businessweek, New Hampshire became the first state in ... “that’ ... read more
California fires, where people contemplated the end
The fires in California that have destroyed lives, homes and towns — displacing thousands and wreaking havoc on the psyches of first-responders ... enveloped by flames. “Just in case this doesn’t work ... read more
State of disunion: The cities and states that fought Trump’s first-year agenda
As Donald Trump prepares to deliver his first State of ... by someone living in California, Nevada or Iowa may be a little different from what the president envisions, depending on the issue. Before t... read more
Maine Is Trying Out A New Way To Run Elections. But Will It Survive The Night?
LePage won a seven-way Republican primary for governor in 2010 with 37 percent of the vote, and he beat a Democrat and three independents in the general with just 38 percent ... Maine on Tuesday will ... read more
California begins licensing recreational marijuana sales next month. But most won't see pot shops in their city anytime soon
California's march to marijuana legalization hits its stride next month when the first state-issued licenses take effect for ... “If we don’t do this properly, you will end up with an over-concentrati... read more
California is the first US state to require a woman on company boards
If companies want to be based in California, they’ll need at least one woman on their board. A bill signed into law by governor Jerry Brown has made California the first state in the ... person boards ... read more