California heads toward requiring solar panels on all new houses | LA Times

California is set to require solar panels on all newly built single family houses, the first state-wide mandate in the nation that’s expected to save buyers money in the long-run, but raise upfront costs at a time many are struggling to afford a mortgage. Source: California heads toward requiring solar panels on all new houses
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California Legislation Shields Utilities from Wildfire Costs | RTO Insider

A bill that would allow utilities to recover wildfire costs if they conform to state-regulated safety plans moved through the California legislature, but it faces opposition from some who say it lets utilities off the hook. Source: California Legislation Shields Utilities from Wildfire Costs | RTO Insider
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Opinion: California Legislature can’t let tech start-ups play by their own rules | The Sacramento Bee

Turo, an app that connects those looking to rent a car with those who are willing to rent out their personal vehicle, claims it is not a rental car service and is exploiting a loophole to gain an unfair market advantage. A bill to fix that will be heard Tuesday, April 24, 2018 in the […]
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Motion Picture Tax Credits Clear Committee Amid Concern | Los Angeles Business Journal

A bill to extend California’s motion picture tax credit program sailed through a state Assembly committee April 17, concerns were raised that Hollywood isn’t using their taxpayer money to promote filmmaking among racial minorities. Source: Motion Picture Tax Credits Clear Committee Amid Concern | Los Angeles Business Journal
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The state’s most controversial housing bill in years just died. Here’s what to take away from that. | CALmatters

The most controversial state housing bill in recent memory died with a pretty resounding thud—with YIMBYs seeing the defeat as yet another roadblock to building the new housing the state so desperately needs. Source: The state’s most controversial housing bill in years just died. Here’s what to take away from that. | CALmatters
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