- Teachers in the Sacramento Unified School District are set to go on strike. 40,000 students will remain home the district's schools will be closed after talks between the union and the district broke down last night.
- This morning a California lawmaker is proposing a plan to repeal the state's sanctuary law. Assemblyman Kevin Kiley, Republican, has announced a bill that would reverse state law that took away the ability of local law enforcement to notify federal authorities about the release of an illegal immigrant from jail.
- Today will be day three of Senate hearings for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson in her Supreme Court nomination. The confirmation hearings for the newest Supreme Court nominee continued on Capitol Hill Wednesday as members of the Senate Judiciary Committee questioned Jackson for nearly 13 hours Tuesday, and will get another chance to review President Biden's historic nominee today.