by Alex Zielinski Nov 6, 2015
"I think there are people who are perfectly sane, who know what their future holds for them, and then don’t want that. Those are the ones who want the death with dignity."
by Alan Pyke Nov 3, 2015
San Francisco's bail rules discriminate against the poor and enrich a small group of bail companies without delivering any public service, according to a new lawsuit.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Nov 2, 2015
"We are detainees and not prisoners."
by Katie Valentine Oct 15, 2015
Nestlé is coming under fire again.
by Alice Ollstein Oct 13, 2015
A new poll shows Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) gaining on front-runner Hillary Clinton in the most populous state in the nation: California.
by Alex Zielinski Oct 13, 2015
But not without a fight.
by Alan Pyke Oct 13, 2015 Updated: Oct 15, 2015
As California burns, justice system reforms may force it to stop relying on near-free prison labor to combat wildfires.
by Carimah Townes Oct 12, 2015
"The most populous state in the country has now taken a stand against the use of this insidious slur in its schools..."
by Alice Ollstein Oct 10, 2015
On Saturday, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill that will allow the state to automatically register millions of residents to vote
by Sam P.K. Collins Oct 9, 2015
"These bills give us the tools to make sure that kids don't just get pills but that they get high quality mental health treatment."