Bills on the Bubble
A closer look at significant bills that didn't become California law... but still could
Now that California Governor Jerry Brown is done wading through the plethora of bills piled on his desk, and the legislature is out of town for the year, we're taking a closer look at some of the more significant bills that didn't make it into law this year. Why did they stall, and what are their prospects for passing in the future?
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Over the last few months, we’ve looked at several hot-button measures that didn’t make it into law this year – but might next year. We wrap up our “Bills on the Bubble” series with a look at the odds of legalizing online gambling in California.
Our “Bills on the Bubble” series continues with a measure that seems to come up every year – single-payer health care.
Our “Bills on the Bubble” series continues with a look at a measure that would give juvenile criminals sentenced to life without parole a chance at freedom.
A Democratic Assemblyman is vowing to continue the fight over his contentious bill that would allow California’s insurance commissioner to regulate health care premium increases.
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