The worldwide stock market turbulence hasn't appeared to hurt California's economy so far. The state added more than 30,000 jobs last month -- and its unemployment rate dropped slightly to 6.1% Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler has more.
California loses up to 10 billion dollars in tax revenues every year to the "underground economy. A new report blames the state's underfunded, dysfunctional enforcement efforts as well as its weak penalties. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler has more.
Women working full-time in California make an average of 84 cents for every dollar men make. A bill unanimously approved by the state Senate yesterday (Tuesday) seeks to narrow that gap. Capital Public Radio's Katie Orr reports.
It's difficult to tally a population that lives in the shadows, but new data estimates that 2.7 million immigrants are living illegally in California. As Capital Public Radio's Lesley McClurg reports, that's more than any other state.