Voting United StatesThere’s confusion among some No Party Preference voters about how to vote for parties of their choosing in California’s upcoming presidential primary. We walk them through what needs to be done.

Story by Chris Nichols.

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gettyimages 667585627Californians now have sweeping new rights over the privacy of their data, although enforcement of the new law won't start until mid-2020.

Story by Ben Adler.

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SacCapitol ANNearly all employers in California will be required to train their employees in sexual harassment prevention starting in 2020.

Story by Scott Rodd.

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