Under the new law, school days will begin no earlier than 8 a.m. at public middle schools and 8:30a.m. at high schools.
California is giving childhood victims of sexual abuse more time to decide whether to file lawsuits, joining several states in expanding the statute of limitations for victims over warnings from school districts that the new rules could bankrupt them.
The measures continue the state’s march away from get-tough measures that once clogged California prisons, prompting a federal court-ordered population cap.
The state Senate voted 31-4 on Thursday to require social media companies to first get the consent of a parent or guardian before creating an account for a child the company knows is under 13.
Under the new law passed in the Assembly, workers for companies like Lyft and Uber—along with truck drivers—would get the rights of employees entitled to a minimum wage and workers compensation.