Articles by Laurel Rosenhall
Is California About to Weaponize Electric Car Rebates in Its Emissions Battle Against Trump?
As D.A., Kamala Harris Prosecuted a Mentally Ill Woman Shot by Police. The Jury Didn’t Buy It.
Facing Police Opposition, California Lawmakers Limit Bill to Ban Facial Recognition
Alas, Paper Receipt Ban, We Hardly Knew Ye: 2019 Bills Get Winnowed Some More
Pregnant or Trying? Here’s How to Get the Most Out of California’s New Paid Family Leave Law
Podcast: Guns Make Policing in America Dangerous — To Officers and Civilians Alike
California Poised to Pass One of Nation’s Toughest Standards for Police to Shoot as Lawmakers Strike Historic Deal
Why California’s Efforts to Limit Soda Keep Fizzling
In Housing, Privacy and More, a Capitol Lightning Round Nixes Controversial Bills
‘Governor Dad’ Newsom Budgets Tax Breaks for Diapers, Focuses on Families
Law Enforcement Backs Down on Deadly Force Standard — For Now, Anyway
California is Advancing a Nationally Watched Police Shooting Bill, and Factions in the Democratic Party Are Taking Shape
Governor Newsom Halts Death Penalty in California, Closes San Quentin Execution Chamber
Three Things to Know About California’s Data Privacy Fight