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  • PUC proposes $1.4-billion PG&E fine for San Bruno explosion

    PUC proposes $1.4-billion PG&E fine for San Bruno explosion
    California's largest utility, Pacific Gas & Electric Co., should pay $1.4 billion for a 2010 pipeline explosion that leveled a Bay Area neighborhood and killed eight people, state regulators proposed Tuesday.
  • California regulators propose $1.4 billion fine for San Bruno explosion

    SAN BRUNO, Calif. California regulators on Tuesday proposed a $1.4 billion penalty to punish PG&E for its role in a fatal natural gas explosion in San Bruno but the amount is far below the $2.25 billion recommended by regulatory staff and consumer groups....

    State lawmakers stay up late to pass paid sick days measure

    In one of the final acts of the 2014 lawmaking year, the Legislature early Saturday morning voted to significantly expand working Californians' access to paid time off for illness. The lawmakers sent Gov. Jerry Brown a bill that would require most...

    Lawmakers could face restrictions on soliciting money for nonprofits

    Lawmakers early Saturday approved a measure that would prohibit elected officials from soliciting contributions for nonprofit groups controlled by the official or a family member and that would limit the personal use of campaign funds. The bill by Sen....

    Push for more disclosure on state political ads dies in Legislature

    Push for more disclosure on state political ads dies in Legislature
    Democratic legislative leaders on Friday pulled a bill that would have required greater disclosure of the major financial supports of political advertising for ballot measures, saying the measure did not have the votes to pass this session. The bill, SB...