The Senate approved Senate Bill 412, Sen. Glazer's "California Promise," 39-0 on Aug. 30, sending the bill to the governor. The bill requires the California State University to establish, by the fall of 2017, "Promise" programs on 15 campuses for community college transfers and eight campuses for entering freshmen. Participating students must take 30 credits per academic year and maintain a minimum grade point average. In return, they would get priority registration and enhanced academic advising.
California's Earned Income tax credit is designed to put money in the pockets of working individuals and families.
Find out what health plans are available to you and whether you qualify for a tax credit or Medi-Cal based on your income.
In accordance with my principle of openness and transparency, I am providing my Form 700, a statement of economic interests.
The state of California is trying to return $8 billion to its rightful owners. To find potential money, visit the State Controller's office.
Visit the California Department of Veterans' Affairs to register to view veteran benefit and service recommendations.