Jerry Brown is tanned, rested and ready. The leader of the nation's most populous state is mulling another bid for the Democratic presidential nomination. We need not concern ourselves with the particulars of an election campaign three years hence, but we observe that while comparisons are odious, Mr. Brown might be a breath of fresh air in an atmosphere reeking of dinosaur breath.
Gun rights advocates are challenging a newly signed San Francisco law that bans ammunition magazines holding more than 10 rounds and gives owners 90 days to hand them over to police.
The recent decision by California lawmakers and Gov. Jerry Brown to phase in a ban on the use of lead ammunition for hunting is a step in the right direction toward reducing lead contamination statewide ("California gun grab: Brown signs lead-ammo bill but vetoes ban on hunting rifles," Web, Oct. 11).
A Humane Society lobbyist is coming under scrutiny for her close relationship with a member of California Gov. Jerry Brown's inner circle: his dog Sutter.
A Humane Society lobbyist is coming under scrutiny for her close relationship with a member of California Gov. Jerry Brown's inner circle: his dog, Sutter.
California gun-rights advocates, emboldened by last month's successful Colorado recall vote, announced Thursday that they plan to target vulnerable Democratic legislators for recall over their support for sweeping gun-control legislation.
At a time when other states are moving to restrict abortion services, California Democrats have pushed through two new laws that will permit nonphysicians such as midwives to perform abortion procedures in the first 12 weeks and will loosen building standards for abortion clinics.
Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill that would have banned future sales of most semi-automatic rifles that accept detachable magazines, part of a firearms package approved by state lawmakers in response to mass shootings in other states.
California Gov. Jerry Brown split the difference Friday on the pile of gun-control bills sitting on his desk, opting to sign five but veto seven, including a bill that would have banned the sale of many popular hunting rifles.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill that will allow nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives and physician assistants to perform a type of early abortion.
Forcing employers to raise everybody's pay works ... but only if money grows on trees. Consider this: What happens when a legislature's foolish actions increase the price of beer?