Dec 29, 2012
Viewers, listeners and readers of news from around the world are fascinated by the variety of Assembly bills and Senate bills signed into law by the governor of California every year, but why?
What is it about California's legislation that is so interesting to out-of-state lawmakers, news reporters, columnists, editors, bloggers and news audiences across the nation and around the world?
Sacramento, the capitol of the State of California, is consistently the national and global news focus regarding experimental and innovative measures from a highly progressive state Legislature.
The Golden State is considered by many to be an incubator for new ways of governing a model society that reflects every language, culture, faith and political philosophy.
New California laws are always newsworthy because they are surprisingly different, not simply because there are so many new laws enacted each year.
Simply reading a list of new California laws provides a snapshot of a state government dealing with exceedingly complex societal issues affecting tens of millions of citizens.
For Californians, new laws are an annual reminder that they are part of a society which is always evolving, progressing and influencing other societies.
New California laws make headlines everywhere because they are fascinating news makers that cause humanity to think of the future.