Californians registered as “no party preference” won’t be able to vote for a presidential candidate in next year’s March primary unless they specifically request a party’s ballot. And that’s just for three of the state’s six political parties.
Story by Ben Adler.
(Photo: A voter submits their ballot at Carmichael Library in Carmichael, Calif. on October 22, 2018 – Ben Christopher/CALmatters)
About 30 California cities and counties have tacked onto massive federal litigation against drug makers and distributors over the opioid epidemic. A new settlement reached today won two Ohio counties $260 million total.
Story by Sammy Caiola,
(Photo via Capital Public Radio)
Sacramento leaders say the team's newly awarded Major League Soccer team and a new stadium for them will benefit the region's economy.
Story by Chris Nichols.
(Photo: Fans and media gather for the MLS franchise announcement - Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio)