Sacramento IT News

Lawmakers Consider Several IT-Focused Bills in California

Many proposed laws with potential significance to IT vendors may ultimately fail to clear the statehouse this session — and starting Monday, lawmakers will begin again the process of deciding which stay and which go. That’s because Aug. 1 is the date Assembly members and state senators return to the Legislature from their summer recess, which began July 2. So-called fiscal committees in both houses, where many of these bills currently reside, will have through Aug. 12 to “report” bills out for consideration by lawmakers en masse on the floor. Keep reading This Article at  

There’s Been a 70% Uptick in Redfin.Com Users Looking to Relocate to Sacramento and Las Vegas Since Last Year

Nationwide, 28.5% of users looked to move to another metro area in October, up from 24.9% a year before and a slight decline from 29.2% in the third quarter. This is according to a new report from Redfin (, the technology-powered real estate brokerage. Sacramento, Las Vegas and Phoenix were the most popular destinations for people looking to move to a different metro area in October, with higher net inflows than any other major U.S. metro. A net inflow means more people are looking to move in than leave, while a net outflow means more people are looking to leave than move in. Keep reading this article at