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Steven Bradford

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  • 2 Southern Californians expected to get top Legislature posts

    SACRAMENTO — Two Southern Californians are poised to lead the state Legislature for the first time in four decades, after lawmakers put aside the geographic rivalries that typically cleave the powerful posts between north and south. San Diego...
  • California Assembly approves limits on drones, paparazzi

    SACRAMENTO -- Lawmakers in the Assembly approved a slate of bills Wednesday, including one measure that would limit how law enforcement and public agencies can use unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as drones. The bill, by Assemblymembers Jeff...
  • L.A.-area lawmaker joins Obama in initiative for minority youth

    SACRAMENTO--Assemblyman Steven Bradford (D-Gardena) was at the White House on Thursday for the unveiling of President Obama's new program to help young men of color. The initiative, called "My Brother's Keeper," brings together government agencies,...
  • State Senate is down to one black member, who's not happy about it

    SACRAMENTO -- The leave of absence by Sen. Roderick Wright (D-Inglewood) has left the 40-person state Senate with just one African American member, a situation that is sparking concern about a lack of diversity. Sen. Holly Mitchell (D-Los Angeles),...
  • Brown OKs bill allowing minors to delete embarrassing Web posts

    SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown approved a new law Monday giving young people the ability to remove embarrassing information they post on Internet social networking sites. California is now the first state in the nation to require websites such as...
  • Motorists must give bicyclists breathing room under new state law

    Motorists must give bicyclists breathing room under new state law
    With Southern California still building its infrastructure for bicycles, Gov. Jerry Brown and the state Legislature gave riders a bit of breathing room -- 3 feet to be exact. Brown signed a measure Monday requiring California drivers to provide 3 feet...
  • Victory for California cyclists: Riders get their three-foot cushion

    Victory for California cyclists: Riders get their three-foot cushion
    The fifth time was the charm. Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday signed into law the "three-foot rule," requiring cars to keep at least 36 inches from cyclists when passing, or to slow to a safe speed if they for some reason are prevented from keeping their...
  • Will cyclists get a 3-foot cushion from cars? Only Gov. Brown knows

    Will cyclists get a 3-foot cushion from cars? Only Gov. Brown knows
    Will the fifth time be the charm for the three-foot rule? Among the hundreds of bills on Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk is AB 1371, which would require a driver to keep at least three feet of space between his or her car and a bicycle when passing. If...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown vetoes two telecom bills

    Gov. Jerry Brown vetoes two telecom bills
    SACRAMENTO — Two pieces of legislation, heavily backed by the telecommunications industry but opposed by state regulators, were vetoed Thursday by Gov. Jerry Brown. One dealt with fees related to the purchase of prepaid cellphone minutes. The...
  • Jerry Brown signs bill allowing more closed-door meetings

    Jerry Brown signs bill allowing more closed-door meetings
    This post has been updated. SACRAMENTO -- Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation on Monday limiting the public's access to meetings where he discusses security issues with local officials. The governor approved the bill (AB 246) in the wake of harsh...
  • State lawmakers in D.C. for meetings on bullet train, other issues

     
    State lawmakers travel to D.C. for meetings...
  • Bills to limit lawmakers' gifts, give Olympians tax breaks shelved

     
    California lawmakers shelve bills limiting their gifts, providing tax breaks for Olympians...