San Diego Union-Tribune: Is AG Ignoring Lessons From IRS Scandal?: A Virginia-based conservative group filed a federal First Amendment lawsuit this week accusing California Attorney General Kamala Harris of engaging in the kind of activity that was the subject of the recent scandal involving the Internal Revenue Service. Are state...
Conservative think tank Americans for Prosperity (AFP), co-founded by principals of Koch Industries, sued in federal court to prevent ultra-liberal California Attorney General Kamala Harris from using her office to disclose the names and addresses of their 90,000 donors. Show More Summary
California Attorney General Kamala Harris weighed in on the wrong side in this year’s unanimous Supreme Court decision on the Fourth Amendment.
Talks between the California Attorney General's office and city officials could resolve Bakersfield's nearly six-month-old lawsuit to stop the bullet train, the city attorney said Wednesday.
The parties to the case didn't want en banc review. Other non-parties (California Attorney General Kamala Harris and the Brady Campaign) wanted en banc but were denied leave to intervene, because they were non-parties who waited years to jump on board to the case when they could've been part of......
On November 26, California Attorney General Kamala Harris's office said that it will ask that the judgment against California's "good cause" requirement for concealed carry permits be referred to an "en banc" [full] panel of the Ninth U.S. Show More Summary
The California attorney general Wednesday asked a full federal appeals court to review a controversial gun case in hopes the court will overturn a ruling by a three-judge panel that would make it easier for someone to legally carry a concealed weapon in public.
Governor Jerry Brown has named Leondra Kruger, a former deputy assistant attorney general with the Obama administration, to replace California's longest-serving Supreme Court justice, Joyce L. Kennard. Kruger is a Los Angeles native and a Democrat like Brown. Show More Summary
AT&T agreed to pay $23.8 million to settle charges brought by the California Attorney General’s office that it unlawfully dumped old electronic devices and other hazardous materials in the state. California Attorney General Kamala Harris...Show More Summary
“It would be irresponsible for me as the chief law enforcement officer to take a position based on its popularity without thinking it would actually work” – Kamala Harris, candidate for California Attorney General, 2014 “I am not opposed to the legalization of marijuana, there’s a certain inevitability about it.” – Kamala Harris, newly re-elected [...]
"The idea that we incarcerate people to have indentured servitude is one of the worst possible...perceptions," Attorney General Kamala Harris told ThinkProgress. "It evokes images of chain gangs." The post California Attorney General Says Her Office’s Defense Of Prison Labor ‘Evokes Chain Gangs’ appeared first on ThinkProgress.
The California Attorney General’s office opposed the release of inmates because the state wanted to use them as cheap firefighter labor. Last week, the Los Angeles Times reported that attorneys in Harris’ office had unsuccessfully argued in court that the state could not release the prisoners it had agreed to release because “if forced to […]
California's attorney general, Kamala Harris, has let slip her frustration with the political longevity of Gov. Jerry Brown.
Attorney General and rising Democratic star Kamala Harris said she was "not opposed" to legalization.
In another positive sign of how quickly the debate around marijuana reform is shifting, California, Attorney General Kamala Harris now thinks marijuana legalization in her state is inevitable.
It was a bad midterm Election Night for Democrats overall but a good one for Democrats supported by the WGA West's political action committee. California Governor Jerry Brown and Attorney General Kamala Harris both won re-election, as did Sens. Show More Summary
Attorney General Kamala Harris released her second annual California Data Breach Report on October 28, which revealed hacking penetration is up 600% since 2012. This year, the Attorney General issued 12 recommendations to companies in...Show More Summary
Last week a federal court in California threw out a multi-state lawsuit challenging California's looming egg production rules. Earlier this year, attorneys general in six states challenged the California rules, which apply to farmers...Show More Summary
— The California attorney general has opened an investigation into reported improper contacts between Pacific Gas & Electric Co. executives and the state Public Utilities Commission — already the focus of a probe by federal prosecut...
It’s fair to say that the Missouri attorney general just laid an egg.