Xavier Becerra was sworn in as the 33rd Attorney General of the State of California. He is the first Latino to hold the office in the history of the state.
A.B. 1887 prohibits a state agency from requiring employees to travel to states with laws that discriminate against individuals on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or against same-sex couples and their families.
The settlement recovers losses sustained by CalPERS and CalSTRS resolving claims related to Moody’s Corporation’s misconduct in inflating ratings of residential mortgage-backed securities.
The Attorney General is implementing the Racial and Identity Profiling Act of 2015, which requires, among other things, that law enforcement agencies collect data on individuals they stop and creates the Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board.
To submit public comment on the proposed stop data regulations, visit the AB953 Regulations page.
For more information on the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act and for guidance on how to comply with the Act, visit https://oag.ca.gov/SB657
(CURES 2.0) is California’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program and committed to the reduction of prescription drug abuse and diversion.