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Jerry Brown Nominates Obama Admin Lawyer to Serve on CA Supreme Court

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

Leondra R. Kruger appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown to state Supreme Court

Leondra R. Kruger, a "quiet toiler" who became a rising legal star and top Obama administration lawyer, was appointed Monday to the California Supreme Court.

Gov. Brown Nominates Leondra Kruger to California Supreme Court

Gov. Jerry Brown has nominated 38-year-old Leondra Kruger to the California Supreme Court.

Brown to nominate African American woman to California Supreme Court

Gov. Jerry Brown announced Monday that he will nominate Leondra  R. Kruger, an African American federal government lawyer, to the California Supreme Court.

Brown to nominate African American woman to California Supreme Court

Gov. Jerry Brown announced Monday that he will nominate Leondra  R. Kruger, an African American federal government lawyer, to the California Supreme Court.

Jury Awards $186 Million in Pregnancy Bias Case

Pregnancy discrimination has been a visible area in the news recently. The EEOC has focused on this area, and the Supreme Court will look at a pregnancy discrimination claim later this term. To add to this attention, a California jury...

Help Wanted: A New California Supreme Court Justice

For more than half a year, the seven-member California Supreme Court has been operating with only six permanent justices. The reason? Gov. Jerry Brown has yet to fill a vacancy created when the court's longest-serving member retired from the bench this spring.

Will the Supreme Court End Forced Unionism?

By Larry Sand, The Heartland Institute June was not kind to Big Labor. First, teachers unions in California had some of their favorite work rules knocked out of the state constitution by Judge Rolf Treu in his Vergara decision.

Anna Nicole Smith's ex-manager could face new trial over prescription drugs

Anna Nicole Smith’s former manager can be retried on conspiracy charges related to obtaining prescription drugs for her, the California Supreme Court ruled.

Court: Anna Nicole Smith manager Howard K. Stern can be retried

Anna Nicole Smith’s manager can be retried on conspiracy charges related to obtaining prescription drugs for use by the model, the California Supreme Court ruled Monday.

Supreme x Vans Fall/Winter 2014 Sk8-Hi and Era

Supreme keeps the collaborations coming as they team up with Vans for the second time this season to rework the California brand’s iconic Sk8-Hi and Era silhouettes. This time around, Supreme applied their ongoing “Fuck ‘Em” motif… The post Supreme x Vans Fall/Winter 2014 Sk8-Hi and Era appeared first on Highsnobiety.

Can scientists patent life? The question returns to the Supreme Court

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

The thorny and unresolved question of whether life itself can be patented may come again before the U.S. Supreme Court, if it accepts a motion filed Friday by Santa Monica-based Consumer Watchdog. (H/T to David Jensen's California Stem Cell Report.)

Monday Night Open Thread

I'm just catching up on today's news. The Supreme Court will decide whether police can seize hotel registries of guests without a warrant. The 9th Circuit ruled the California law allowing warrantless access to the data violated the 4th... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Still no foie gras for Californians, SCOTUS says

A modern gavage feeding process. Photo by Wkipedia user Jérôme S. In a victory for animal rights activists, the U.S. Supreme court dismissed Tuesday a challenge to the California law that outlaws production and sale of foie gras. Plaintiffs...Show More Summary

Food court: SCOTUS kills NY foie-gras maker's appeal

The U.S. Supreme Court left intact California's ban on the sale of foie gras, a delicacy made from the livers of force-fed ducks, as the justices turned away an appeal from producers in New York and... To view the full story, click the title link.

California's Ban on Foie Gras Upheld by Supreme Court

The highest court in the land has sided with animal rights activists. It's a sad day for Californians who love fatty duck liver. Reuters reports that today the Supreme Court held up California's ban on foie gras. Since 2012, chefs across...Show More Summary

No foie gras for you! Supreme Court lets California ban stand

It looks like California diners will have to go liver-less for a while longer. Tuesday morning the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal that would have overturned the state law forbidding the production and sale of foie gras...

Supreme Court keeps California ban on foie gras intact

A challenge to a California law that bans the sale and production of foie gras, the fatty liver of force-fed ducks, was dismissed by the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday. 

Animal rights activists victorious as Supreme Court leaves California’s foie gras ban intact

last monthNews : The Raw Story

In a victory for animal rights activists, the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed California to continue to ban foie gras, a delicacy produced from the enlarged livers of ducks and geese that have been force-fed corn. Rejecting a legal challenge to the law, the court declined to hear an appeal...

Supreme Court leaves California foie gras ban intact

last monthNews : The Newsroom

By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In a victory for animal rights activists, the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed California to continue to ban foie gras, a delicacy produced from the enlarged livers of ducks and geese that have been force-fed corn. Show More Summary

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