California has 13 new state laws on the books so far this year. They range from minor technical changes to responses to some of the year's most prominent issues. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports.
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Many low income parents rely on state subsidized child care while working, job searching or in vocational training programs. A new California law expands eligibility to include English language learners as well as those in GED and high school diploma classes. For our series on new California Laws, Sammy Caiola reports from Capital Public Radio.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed or vetoed more than a thousand bills this year, before his deadline of last Friday to act on measures passed by the Legislature. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports on how that number of bills in California compares to other states.