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- California’s Governor Just Proposed The Longest Paid Parental Leave In The U.S. HuffPost
- ‘You can’t make that up’: Newsom blasts DMV for not accepting credit cards at its offices Sacramento Bee
- Newsom unveils a $209-billion budget to boost schools and healthcare and fight poverty Los Angeles Times
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Gov. Gavin Newsom on Jan. 10, 2019 released a $209 billion California state budget proposal. That’s a small increase over Gov. Jerry Brown’s last budget.
Under the new leadership of California’s governor Gavin Newsom, a bill that was previously rejected by the outgoing Jerry Brown has been reintroduced in the legislature and seeks to curtail the number of guns California residents can buy to only one per month.
Democrat Gavin Newsom’s proposal counts as groundbreaking and radical for the U.S.; it still falls short of what most developed nations offer.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom criticized the Department of Motor Vehicles on Thursday for not allowing customers to use their credit card when they go to a field office. He promised change by the end of the year.
Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled a $209-billion budget on Thursday that boosts funding for public schools and healthcare, plus significant one-time spending to combat the state’s homeless epidemic and prepare for future natural disasters.