Female Accuser of California Assemblyman Will Now Run For His Vacated Seat


Yolanda Anguiano, the woman who made headlines with accusations against Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra regarding inappropriate sexual advances toward a co-worker, has decided now that she will attempt to occupy the seat vacated by Bocanegra.

Trump Is the First President in Years to Skip A Visit to California in His First Year at the White House


Trump’s love for all the golden things does not extend to California which is otherwise referred to as the Golden State. President Donald Trump is set to make history as the first president to not set foot in California during his first year of a presidency since Dwight D. Eisenhower six decades ago. The president does not seem to make plans to land his Air Force One in the most economically prosperous and populous state in the union before he completes his first year in the White House.

Jeff Sessions attacks California

Jeff Sessions

Jeff Sessions has once again attacked California on the basis of sanctuary city policies. The attorney general was referring to the latest bill by California that gives the undocumented immigrants protection against the federal government. In his attacks, he referred to the bill as a threat to public safety as well as unconscionable.

California Finally Passes the Sanctuary State Bill

The State of California has finally passed the sanctuary state bill that they have chased the whole year. If Governor Jerry Brown signs the bill into law, California will not be part of illegal immigrants’ deportations that have increased with the Trump administration. This is seen as a move by the Democrats to stop the Trump administration in the profiling acts.

Proposed Immigration Bill Causes Concern Among Immigration Advocates

President Trump

President Donald Trump supports a bill that would reduce the number of low-skilled immigrants from obtaining permanent residency in the U.S.

Democratic lawmakers want FDA to change its blood donation policy that bans gay men

Democratic lawmakers want FDA to change its blood donation policy that bans gay men

Two Democratic lawmakers, Colorado Rep. Jared Polis and Florida Rep. Alan Grayson, are urging the Food and Drug Administration to change its blood donation policy that prohibits gay men, who have had sexual contact with another man in past 12 months, from donating blood.


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