President Trump and Congress seek to pass a federal budget that would put the deportation machinery into even higher gear. At first glance, Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ lawsuit against California, the current federal budget negotiations, and the continuing crisis facing Dreamers may seem like separate storylines. Show More Summary
It’s no secret that the Trump Administration has it out for California. Attorney General Jeff Sessions just sued the state for its refusal to aid Immigration and Customs Enforcement in detaining undocumented immigrants. Donald Trump just claimed that highly popular Governor Jerry Brown is doing a terrible job, despite Brown leading California out of a […]
Attorney General Jeff Sessions visited Sacramento, California, last week to announce that the Trump administration would sue the state of California, claiming that recent statewide sanctuary policies have made it nearly impossible for U.S. Show More Summary
Speaking in Sacramento Wednesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions called out California lawmakers for protecting illegal aliens. Partial transcript via the Daily Caller. “California, we have a problem,” he said while discussing the Justice Department’s newly launched lawsuit against California. Show More Summary
Justin Sullivan/Getty Attorney General Jeff Sessions went to war with California this week, suing the state for allegedly violating federal laws by passing new protections curtailing federal immigration authority in the state. And during...Show More Summary
On Wednesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is scheduled to appear before the California Peace Officers’ Association in Sacramento to make a “major” announcement about Sanctuary Cities. Mercury News reports: Sessions will make the “major...Show More Summary
During his ridiculous speech to law enforcement officers today in Sacramento, Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions, III compared California to the secessionist slave states of the Civl War. "There is no nullification. There is no secession," Sessions warned. Show More Summary
The attorney general announced a suit claiming the state’s immigrant-protection laws violated federal law, while Gov. Jerry Brown struck back in his own appearance.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) blasted Attorney General Jeff Sessions for attempting to use slavery to rationalize Donald Trump administration attacks on Californians. Sessions’ Department of Justice sued California over so-called “sanctuary city” laws. Sessions escalated his attacks...
Attorney General Jeff Sessions, on the other hand, likened California's immigration policies to an attempt to secede.
The Trump administration, led by Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the Justice Department, announced Tuesday night that it is suing California over its so-called “sanctuary status” that extends certain protections to immigrants in the country illegally, Yahoo News is reporting. Show More Summary
Attorneys general in 15 states are fighting to keep brutal dismemberment abortions legal throughout the United States. Democrat AGs in New York, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts,...Show More Summary
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) “is increasingly positioning herself for a what is expected to be a crowded Democratic primary for the White House in 2020,” The Hill reports. “The former California attorney general, who is just at the beginning of [...]
Ingrid Gunnel must feel like the most popular voter in Southern California. Text messages from Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom routinely pop up on her cellphone. Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones, who is running for attorney general, penned her a handwritten letter. Entreaties from dozens of other politicians...
California is working hard to pick up the slack created by the Trump administration’s ongoing campaign to curtail enforcement of environmental laws across the nation. Many states don’t have the financial means or the political will to fill the gap left by Trump’s decision to gut environmental regulations and roll back enforcement efforts. California, on the […]
On Tuesday, the state of California filed its brief at the U.S. Supreme Court defending a 2015 state law that forces non-profit pregnancy centers to provide free advertising for the abortion industry. California’s brief continues to make clear that the state is targeting pro-life pregnancy centers because it disagrees with what they say and do […]
If approved, new law would split Prop 13, keeping shelters for taxes on residential buildings, but allowing for tax hikes of other properties The California Attorney General’s Office released on Tuesday its summary of a proposed state...Show More Summary
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Friday announced that Special Counsel Robert Mueller had indicted 13 Russians for helping to carry out a Russian government plan to interfere in the 2016 presidential election. The Russians,Show More Summary