Gov. Jerry Brown (D., Calif.) declared Tuesday that California would lead the fight to prevent the Trump administration from rolling back Obama-era fuel efficiency and vehicle emission standards.
President Trump on Tuesday ended his brief détente with Gov. Jerry Brown over sending National Guard troops to the border, slamming Brown’s attempt to limit what the troops would do as a sign that he and other California Democrats aren’t interested in the “safety and security” of its residents.
California Gov. Jerry Brown (D.) is voicing opposition to the Trump administration’s decision to include a citizenship status question on the 2020 federal census, and he is not taking any chances the census might result in his state losing billions in federal funding or decrease its congressional representation.
President Trump’s decision to deploy military troops to the border to help border agents stop illegal immigrants from crossing into the country is setting up yet another border battle with California and Jerry Brown, its popular liberal governor.
California governor Jerry Brown’s half-mocking push to win President Donald Trump’s affection for the state’s $10.6 billion-dollar bullet-train failed to mention that the project is projected to cost at least $6 billion more than originally planned, according to a new estimate consultants on the project announced Friday.
WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The U.S. Justice Department sued the state of California over so-called “sanctuary” policies that try to protect illegal immigrants against deportation, ramping up a confrontation over whether local police should enforce federal law.
Next year, California will begin legally recognizing a third gender for state residents who do not identify as male or female.
California Gov. Jerry Brown blocked fellow state Democrats from forcing President Donald Trump and other presidential candidates to disclose their personal income tax returns, arguing that such a requirement goes too far and could lead to increased demands for other personal records.
Starting Jan. 1, it will no longer be a felony in California to knowingly expose a sexual partner to HIV with the intention of spreading the virus.