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Federal Court Blocks Trump’s ‘Remain In Mexico’ Program

Federal Court Blocks Trump’s ‘Remain In Mexico’ Program

JASON HOPKINS IMMIGRATION AND POLITICS REPORTER . A federal appeals court ruled on Friday that migrants can’t be sent to Mexico to await their asylum decisions, dealing a major blow to President Donald Trump’s immigration agenda. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals halted the Trump administration’s Migrant Protection Protocols, also known as the “Remain in Mexico” […]

High School Journalism Teacher Files Lawsuit against Conejo Valley Unified

High School Journalism Teacher Files Lawsuit against Conejo Valley Unified

    By Pat Lynch THOUSAND OAKS, CA – Newbury Park High School (NPHS) journalism instructor, Michelle Saremi, filed a lawsuit against Conejo Valley Unified School District with the Ventura Superior Court on January 8, 2020. It is unclear if the District has been served with the complaint. In her complaint, Saremi contends that since […]

Lawsuit Challenges Trump Plan to Frack, Drill 1 Million Acres of California Public Lands, Minerals

Lawsuit Challenges Trump Plan to Frack, Drill 1 Million Acres of California Public Lands, Minerals

LOS ANGELES— Conservation groups sued the Trump administration today challenging the last step in the administration’s plan to allow oil drilling and fracking on more than 1 million acres of public lands and minerals in Central California. Today’s lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, says the Bureau of Land Management violated federal […]

Oxnard: Starr Challenges City’s Measure B “Oxnard Government Accountability and Ethics Act” Verbiage, Ballot Argument, Legality

Oxnard: Starr Challenges City’s Measure B “Oxnard Government Accountability and Ethics Act” Verbiage, Ballot Argument, Legality

By George Miller, Oxnard, CA Oxnard’s Battling Ballot Initiatives- These are far reaching measures, so voters should get familiar with them Moving Oxnard Forward, Inc. activist and financial executive Aaron Starr authored and obtained petition signatures for a record five ballot initiatives- a massive and expensive undertaking. In parallel, or some say reaction, the city […]

City of Simi Valley Sued to Stop 5G

City of Simi Valley Sued to Stop 5G

    By Judy Bruce On November 7, 2019 four plaintiffs served the City of Simi Valley with a Writ of Mandamus by invoking Constitutional Law..   They are exercising their First Amendment Rights by addressing grievances regarding the policies that expose the people  to Electromagnetic Microwave Radiation (RF-EMR).   They used a Writ of Mandamus which can be State or […]

California’s “woman quota” targeted in new lawsuit | Fighting California’s discriminatory law

California’s “woman quota” targeted in new lawsuit | Fighting California’s discriminatory law

A lawsuit filed today challenges California’s first-in-the-nation requirement that publicly traded companies have a certain number of women on their boards of directors. “This law puts equal numbers above equal treatment,” said Anastasia Boden, a senior attorney at Pacific Legal Foundation. “This law is built on the condescending belief that women aren’t capable of getting […]

Truckers sue California, say new gig economy law would kill 70,000 jobs

Truckers sue California, say new gig economy law would kill 70,000 jobs

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The California Trucking Association on Tuesday filed what appears to be the first lawsuit challenging a sweeping new labor law that seeks to give wage and benefit protections to workers in the so-called gig economy, including rideshare drivers at companies such as Uber and Lyft. The legislation violates federal law and would deprive more […]

Clinton-Appointed Judge Rules Trump’s Emergency Funding For Border Wall Unlawful

Clinton-Appointed Judge Rules Trump’s Emergency Funding For Border Wall Unlawful

JASON HOPKINS IMMIGRATION AND POLITICS REPORTER   A Texas federal judge ruled President Donald Trump’s emergency funding for a southern border wall to be unlawful, the latest roadblock in the administration’s attempt to build hundreds of miles of barrier. Judge David Briones, who was appointed by President Bill Clinton to serve on the U.S. District Court for […]

Local Residents, Conservation Organizations File Lawsuit Challenging Commercial Logging Project in Los Padres National Forest

Local Residents, Conservation Organizations File Lawsuit Challenging Commercial Logging Project in Los Padres National Forest

Los Angeles, CA— An association of local residents filed a lawsuit today against the U.S. Forest Service, challenging its approval of a commercial logging project in the Los Padres National Forest. The suit alleges that the project—the first to be approved in the national forest in decades—will increase fire risk to rural communities nearby. The […]

Camarillo Jalapeño Farmer Wins $23.3M in Heated Dispute With Sriracha Maker

Camarillo Jalapeño Farmer Wins $23.3M in Heated Dispute With Sriracha Maker

BY LOS ANGELES TIMES After the collapse of a nearly 30-year partnership with the maker of the world-famous Sriracha sauce and a multimillion-dollar lawsuit with the company, Craig Underwood is still betting on his farm’s peppers. A jury recently awarded $23.3 million to Underwood Ranches after a bitter lawsuit with Huy Fong Foods Inc., the manufacturer […]