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Court weighs documents in high-speed rail case

Court weighs documents in high-speed rail case

CA judge scraps assisted suicide suit

CA judge scraps assisted suicide suit

EPA deletes “navigable” from statute – states sue

EPA deletes “navigable” from statute – states sue

Real Estate: Wongs finally get it ‘right’ in court battle

Real Estate: Wongs finally get it ‘right’ in court battle

By Jennifer Felten Wayson and Susanna Wong (“Buyers”) bought a hillside home in San Carlos for $2.35 million from Ira and Toby Stoler (“Sellers”) in May of 2008. Before the close of escrow, the Sellers provided the Buyers with a transfer disclosure statement completed in 2002 by the prior owners, an updated 2008 transfer disclosure […]

Santa Paula Council Meeting: Lawsuits, Water and Challenging Budget

Santa Paula Council Meeting: Lawsuits, Water and Challenging Budget

By Sheryl Hamlin After the invocation by Michelle McGhee and the Pledge of Allegiance, Mayor Procter welcomed Mike Morgan, Vice Mayor of Camarillo and Mark Lawler from Ventura Regional Sanitation District. Mr. Lawler explained that the VRSD is unique in that it is completely fee-based, so it competes for customers in the areas of water, […]

Businesses Face Defeat, Judge Sides With Federal Rule That Unions Love

Businesses Face Defeat, Judge Sides With Federal Rule That Unions Love

Physical education settlement gives slacking CA schools a workout

Physical education settlement gives slacking CA schools a workout

Faced with an embarrassing lawsuit over physical education requirements, California schools have opted to settle with the Golden State parent spearheading the case. Republished with permission by Cal Watchdog.com Marc Babin, who created an organization called Cal200 to further his aims, sued California in 2013 to enforce the state law governing time spent in public school […]

California: Watsonville Nursing Home Lawsuit May Drive Effort to Reduce Overmedication

California: Watsonville Nursing Home Lawsuit May Drive Effort to Reduce Overmedication

Dallas Bans Free Speech, Overpasses For America Sues

Dallas Bans Free Speech, Overpasses For America Sues

Editor’s Note: Such protests have been held and are upcoming events in our county by Merrill Hope DALLAS, Texas — It is one of those sci-fi collides with real life moments like in “The Giver,” Lois Lowry’s dystopian novel where freedoms are traded in for the public safety, only here it’s the Dallas City Council […]