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Los Angeles Unified School District sued over mandatory vaccine, digital tracking policy

Los Angeles Unified School District sued over mandatory vaccine, digital tracking policy

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – California Educators for Medical Freedom, with assistance from the Health Freedom Defense Fund (HFDF), has sued the Los Angeles Unified School District over its mandatory vaccine policy and digital tracking system. Both violate federal law and basic human rights, the plaintiffs argue. The second-largest school district in the […]

LA County Might Really Return to Indoor Dining Next Week. Here’s How That’s Possible

LA County Might Really Return to Indoor Dining Next Week. Here’s How That’s Possible

by Farley Elliott  A new vaccine redistribution project from state officials will, when completed, likely push many Southern California counties into the less restrictive red tier for reopening — and it could come as soon as Tuesday night. As has been at worst hinted at repeatedly by local public officials over the past few days, it seems increasingly […]

Los Angeles, Joining Other Big Cities, Moves to Reduce Police in Schools

Los Angeles, Joining Other Big Cities, Moves to Reduce Police in Schools

By Jill Cowan, Shawn Hubler and Kate Taylor Los Angeles will eliminate a third of its school police officers, joining cities like Seattle, Denver and Minneapolis that took action after Black Lives Matter protests. LOS ANGELES — After a monthslong push by students in the nation’s second-largest public school system, leaders in Los Angeles approved a plan on Tuesday […]

Judge Orders District Attorney To Comply With The Law

Judge Orders District Attorney To Comply With The Law

Los Angeles, February 8, 2021 –  Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James C. Chalfant ruled in favor of the Association of Deputy District Attorneys for Los Angeles County (ADDA) in a lawsuit against District Attorney George Gascón. The ADDA brought a civil lawsuit against the District Attorney to seek a court ruling to clarify Deputy District Attorneys’ legal obligations in light of the District […]

Association of Deputy District Attorneys (ADDA) Statement on Court’s Decision on District Attorney’s Special Orders

Association of Deputy District Attorneys (ADDA) Statement on Court’s Decision on District Attorney’s Special Orders

Los Angeles, December 30, 2020 – We are gratified by today’s action by the Master Calendar department of the Los Angeles Superior Court. Department 1 ordered the respondent parties (District Attorney George Gascón and the District Attorney’s Office) to show cause why an injunction should not issue enjoining enforcement of the unlawful portions of their Special Directives. The court specifically […]

Prosecutors File Lawsuit To Stop District Attorney From Breaking The Law

Prosecutors File Lawsuit To Stop District Attorney From Breaking The Law

Los Angeles, December 30, 2020 – This morning the Association of Deputy District Attorneys for Los Angeles County (ADDA) filed a civil lawsuit seeking a writ of mandate, as well as declaratory and injunctive relief. The suit asks that District Attorney George Gascón follow California state constitutional and statutory law. These laws, enacted by the voters and the state legislature, […]

Allied Universal to Hire 400+ Security Professionals in Los Angeles

Allied Universal to Hire 400+ Security Professionals in Los Angeles

Allied Universal, a leading security and facility services company in North America, is seeking to hire 400+ security professionals in Los Angeles, South Gate, Bell, Ontario, San Gabriel Valley and San Fernando Valley.  Allied Universal in concert with Volunteers of America Los Angeles, Hub Cities Career Center and the American Legion is holding an open […]

BREAKING: LA County’s New Stay-at-Home Order Exempts Churches

BREAKING: LA County’s New Stay-at-Home Order Exempts Churches

Los Angeles, CA—Los Angeles County issued a new stay-at-home order taking effect today that clearly protects faith-based services from being shut down. The County’s Department of Public Health once again prohibits all public and private gatherings and events with individuals not from the same household and asks all individuals to remain in their homes as […]

Curfew Protest – November 20th – 8PM at LA Mayor’s House

Curfew Protest – November 20th – 8PM at LA Mayor’s House

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Twenty-Four Elected CA Female DAs Extol Support for Los Angeles DA Jackie Lacey

Twenty-Four Elected CA Female DAs Extol Support for Los Angeles DA Jackie Lacey

Lacey is the first female, African American, LA District Attorney By District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert – guest article A strong woman stands up for herself. A stronger woman stands up for everybody else. Jackie Lacey is that stronger woman. It is no wonder that it was Jackie Lacey who was elected the first African American and […]

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