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Why California Should Not Be The Model For Voting For The U.S.A.

Why California Should Not Be The Model For Voting For The U.S.A.

by Jennifer Amodei As the recall for a disastrous governor rages on in our once beautiful state, coinciding with the national discussion of how to secure voting as the cornerstone of free and fair elections in the U.S. California sets the stage as what not to do.   I am old enough to remember when […]

California Judge Strikes Down Prop 22; Uber, Lyft To Appeal

California Judge Strikes Down Prop 22; Uber, Lyft To Appeal

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – As part of an ongoing battle in California over Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), a law that nearly eliminated independent contract work in the state and continues to be litigated in the courts, a Superior Court judge ruled that two sections of a ballot measure approved […]

Landlords Sue Los Angeles For $100M Over Eviction Moratorium

Landlords Sue Los Angeles For $100M Over Eviction Moratorium

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – A property management company is suing the city of Los Angeles for $100 million over its eviction moratorium. GHP Management Corp. and 13 companies owned by real estate developer Geoffrey Palmer say the eviction moratorium has caused “astronomical” financial losses and that it’s legally entitled to compensation from […]

Los Angeles School District Drops Mandatory Vaccination Requirement Months After Being Sued

Los Angeles School District Drops Mandatory Vaccination Requirement Months After Being Sued

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) has dropped its mandatory vaccine requirement as a condition for employment four months after it was sued. The district agreed to drop the policy after employees and the group California Educators for Medical Freedom sued with the help […]

Newsom Attorneys Defend Legality Of Business Closures In Court

Newsom Attorneys Defend Legality Of Business Closures In Court

By Cole Lauterbach | The Center Square (The Center Square) – A couple of California businesses are continuing their fight to prove Gov. Gavin Newsom unlawfully closed their doors amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  California’s 5th District Court of Appeals heard remote arguments Thursday morning in Ghost Golf et al. vs. Newsom.  Originally filed Oct. 28, 2020, […]

As Of Next Year, Californians May Have No Pork

As Of Next Year, Californians May Have No Pork

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – After California voters overwhelmingly approved Farm Animal Confinement Proposition (Prop 12), which becomes effective next year, it’s likely that without intervention, Californians will no longer be able to buy pork products. Currently, Californians consume 15% of all pork produced in the U.S. California restaurants and […]

Parents Sue LA Schools To Allow Children To Resume In-Person Learning

Parents Sue LA Schools To Allow Children To Resume In-Person Learning

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – California parents are waiting to hear from a federal court on a lawsuit they filed to allow all California children to resume in-person instruction immediately without restrictions. The parents are seeking injunctive relief to bar the Los Angeles Unified School District from implementing restrictive measures […]

Legislation Advances Allowing Sleeping, Hostile and Unintelligible Jurors

Legislation Advances Allowing Sleeping, Hostile and Unintelligible Jurors

. . . By Michele Hanisee As a member of the public, who would you choose to serve as a juror on a serious criminal case? Jurors need to be responsible enough to get to court on time every day. They must be attentive to complex evidence. They must listen to and comprehend legal instructions […]

Citizens In California Can Refuse To Help Officers In Distress Through New Bill

Citizens In California Can Refuse To Help Officers In Distress Through New Bill

  JAKE DIMA CONTRIBUTOR Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday signed a bill that allows citizens to refuse assistance to law enforcement officers in distress who require aid during arrests. Newsom struck down the The California Posse Comitatus Act of 1872 that gave misdemeanor penalties for any “able bodied” individual over 18-years-old that declined to help […]

California: Anti-Gun Legislation Passes Appropriations Committees and Heads to the Floor

California: Anti-Gun Legislation Passes Appropriations Committees and Heads to the Floor

On August 30, both the Senate and Assembly Appropriations Committees took up their respective suspense files and passed anti-gun legislation that will now head to the floor in each chamber for votes. It’s imperative that NRA members contact their legislators in the final weeks of session and urge their opposition to these anti-gun measures. Assembly […]

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