By Kathy Hamilton | Cal Watchdog Monday marks the next critical date in legal action surrounding California’s high-speed rail project. By that date, the office of California’s Attorney General Kamala Harris, which represents the High-Speed Rail Authority, is expected to file a new appeal. At issue before the Court of Appeal will be a March...
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - California Attorney General Kamala Harris sought to engage and energize fellow Democrats on Saturday and warned them not to become complacent with their domination of state politics.
Last month, a Ninth Circuit panel held that the Second Amendment requires the state to allow its citizens to both "keep" and "bear" arms. In plain English, that meant that California had to either allow concealed or open carry in public. Currently, the state leaves it up to local law......
On February 27 California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris "filed a petition in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals... urging the court to review and reverse its decision in Peruta v. County of San Diego." On February 13 Breitbart News reported the court struck down the "good cause" requirement for concealed carry permit applicants in CA. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - California's attorney general on Thursday waded into a court fight over the state's strict gun laws, asking an appeals court to reverse itself and restore the leeway local governments had to decide who can carry a concealed fire...
A statement from the office of California state Attorney General Kamala D. Harris today announces the arrest of the accused owner and operator of a revenge porn website WinByState.com.
First California. Then Virginia. Now Nevada. State after state after state, attorneys general are backing down in the the battle over gay marriage. Those who fight face costly, and likely losing battles, followed by years of appeals. And for those who punt? It's quite possible someone else will step in.......
It has been reported multiple times in the past that lawmakers have been leaning on OEMs to bundle anti-theft technology with their smartphones and tablets, most prominent backers of this cause include the attorney general for New York and the San Francisco district attorney. Show More Summary
Earlier this week, Chris Koster, the attorney general of Missouri, filed an extraordinary lawsuit against the State of California. Koster is asking the federal court to overturn a California law set to take effect in 2015 that requires...Show More Summary
A California egg law designed to help protect chickens and improve food safety is ruffling a few feathers California Egg Law Challenged By Missouri Attorney General - -
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster filed a lawsuit yesterday in federal court challenging California’s law requiring that eggs sold in the Golden State come from hens that can turn around and stretch their wings. It seems that Koster—at...Show More Summary
A California egg law passed in 2008, known as proposition two, is under attack from Missouri attorney general, Chris Koster. Proposition two was approved by voters to require chicken farmers to widen the enclosures for their egg producers. Show More Summary
California Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris' staff has agreed to meet Friday in Los Angeles with a coalition of critics who believe that Herbalife Ltd. preys on poverty-stricken immigrants with false hopes of easy money, a member of the group said.
How near death is the California Republican Party? It’s this bad. Democrats hold every statewide office. Term limits have opened up a few offices; still, no serious Republican plans to run for attorney general, lieutenant governor, treasurer or controller this year. Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A controversial campaign to reform California's public pensions faces an uncertain future after the state attorney general chose what the measure's backers consider to be unfriendly language for their proposed ballot initiativ...
A proposed ballot measure to legalize marijuana would be a huge financial boon to California, state officials say. The post California Attorney General: Legalizing Marijuana Would Save Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars A Year appeared first on ThinkProgress.
If you don't trust my analysis, you can surely trust the official assessment of the Attorney General of California. Reduced costs in the low hundreds of millions of dollars annually to state and local governments related to enforcing...Show More Summary
Technology investor Tim Draper has devised a plan to split California into six separate states, including a Northern California slice named Silicon Valley. Draper said he's going to submit the plan to the state's attorney general in the form of a ballot proposition proposal. Show More Summary
The venture capitalist plans to present a initiative to the California Attorney General to break the nation's most populous state into six smaller ones--including a state of Silicon Valley. Think you could wrap your head around six different Californias? If Tim Draper has his way you might have to. Show More Summary