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U.S. judges say California's top court is jeopardizing constitutional rights

Two federal judges warned Monday that the California Supreme Court’s practice in certain criminal cases was jeopardizing citizens’ constitutional rights. U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Judges Jay S. Bybee, a George W. Bush appointee, and Stephen Reinhardt, who was elevated to the court by President...

California's top court rules in favor of Gov. Brown's water project

The California Supreme Court cleared the way Thursday for state water authorities to do environmental and geological testing on private land for a proposed project to divert Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta water to the south. The ruling capped six years of litigation by delta property owners, who...

Bid to Buy Delta Islands Approved by CA Supreme Court

The sale of five small islands located within the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta will proceed as originally planned following the California Supreme Court's review of the matter. It's a decision that some Northern California groups have opposed from the very beginning. The buyer, the Metropolitan Water District, has intimated that......

State Supreme Court sides with Southern California in epic water war over delta islands

The state Supreme Court has cleared the way for Southern California’s powerful Metropolitan Water District to buy five islands at the epicenter of the delta’s water system, officials said Friday. Some officials and environmentalists in Northern California had fought to halt the sale, worried about...

CA Supreme Court Kills Auto-Depublication of Appellate Opinions

California's Supreme Court recently announced an amendment to the California Rules of Court. Beginning July 1, 2016, published Court of Appeal decisions will no longer automatically "depublish" when the California Supreme Court grants review. The main impetus behind the move was to respect the opinions and wishes of jurists and......

What’s next for the Chargers?

With the likelihood of the Chargers obtaining taxpayer funding for a new stadium in San Diego taking a major hit via a recent ruling of the California Supreme Court, the team’s geographic future has become even more uncertain. With a 66.6 percent supermajority now needed to justify public money, a new stadium in San Diego becomes a…

California Supreme Court decision causing problems for Chargers stadium push

The Chargers push to secure a new stadium in San Diego may have a run into a sizeable problem due to the California Supreme Court. According to David Garrick of the San Diego Union-Tribune, the court blocked an earlier appellate court ruling that the initiative to increase taxes to fund the stadium project needed a…

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Jerry Brown responds to U.S. Supreme Court's immigration decision

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Updates on California politics: Gov. Jerry Brown invited to tour Los Angeles homeless problem, Coastal Commission asks for emergency loan June 23, 2016, 10:45 a.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. Here's what we're watching: Gov. Jerry Brown...

Supreme Court decision deals blow to health coverage efforts in California

The Supreme Court decision Thursday effectively blocking President Obama’s immigration programs also comes as a blow to California legislators who have been fighting to offer health insurance to people living in the country illegally.  Immigrants living in the U.S. without authorization can’t enroll...

Supreme Court allows state assault weapons bans to stand

Seven states and the District of Columbia have enacted laws banning assault weapons. The others are California, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts and New Jersey, according to the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence. Continue reading ? The post Supreme Court allows state assault weapons bans to stand appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

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Appeals courts agree on concealed weapons ban restrictions

NEW YORK (AP) — A federal appeals court’s decision upholding California’s restrictions on carrying concealed weapons gives lawyers a fourth chance to try to get the U.S. Supreme Court’s attention on a subject directly affecting eight states and the nation’s capital. Thursday’s ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco upheld […]

Concealed Weapons and Yesterday’s Ninth Circuit Court’s Intellectually Bankrupt Decision

San Francisco, CA—The Ninth Circuit Court’s three judge panel originally ruled that California’s Concealed weapon law was void in light of both the recent Heller and McDonald cases in the US Supreme Court. California counties and cities...Show More Summary

Alito, Thomas: Court Should Apply Due-Process Scrutiny To Unclaimed Property Laws

Not all government takings of private property proceed by condemnation or regulation (or taxation).  In February the U.S. Supreme Court denied certiorari in Taylor et al. v. Yee, a case challenging California’s practice of seizing unclaimed property after only three years of idleness with relatively minimal efforts to contact owners. Show More Summary

Supreme Court Takes More Death Penalty Cases, IRS Releases List of Targeted Groups, Trump Ads Banned from BuzzFeed, Elementary School: P.M. Links

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The Supreme Court will be taking up two more death penalty cases next term. The IRS has released the list of mostly conservative, tea party groups it targeted for extra scrutiny before approving their tax-exempt status. A CaliforniaShow More Summary

Gov. Brown's parole measure can go on November ballot, state Supreme Court rules

The California Supreme Court cleared the way Monday for voters to weigh in on a proposed November ballot measure aimed at reducing the state’s prison population. The state high court decided 6-1 that a 2014 election law was not violated when Gov. Jerry Brown merged his proposal to make parole more...

BREAKING: California Voters Will Decide In November If Thousands Of Inmates Should Be Released

The state supreme court ruled Monday that the issue can be on the ballot. The post BREAKING: California Voters Will Decide In November If Thousands Of Inmates Should Be Released appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Supreme Court rejects Google appeal in class action lawsuit from advertisers

The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal from Google to throw out a class action lawsuit from California advertisers. Those advertisers are alleging that by not informing them that ads purchased through the company’s AdWords...Show More Summary

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