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State Supreme Court Upends Prop. B, San Diego’s Public Pension Reform

Photo via Wikimedia Commons The state Supreme Court ... the city must pay employees “for all lost compensation” related to lost pension benefits, which would cost taxpayers millions of dollars. Brian ... read more

San Diego getting praise from credit agency for new pension policies

“The new contribution rules ... which could cost the city millions, overturned an appeals court... Aaron, however, noted the city’s pension system faces some risk stemming from the state Supreme Court ... read more

Public Sector Unions Win Big at the California Supreme Court in Getting San Diego Pension Reforms Overturned

A recent California Supreme Court decision, striking down a San Diego initiative that rolled back pension benefits for new public employees, has rightly been portrayed as a win for public-sector union... read more

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California Court Vests Retirees' Medical Benefits

Unlike pensions, which have long been held to be vested and protected under state law, retiree medical benefits have occupied a gray zone in California jurisprudence. The state supreme ... in San Dieg... read more


Six Big Ways Trump Has Remade America In The Year Since His Election

If Trump had achieved nothing else in his first year in office, his appointment of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court alone would reverberate through ... off the program in a move that experts say coul... read more

A Guide to the Propositions on the Nov. 6 Ballot in California

Voters get to decide on 11 initiatives (a 12th proposition, which would have asked Californians whether or not they want to split the state into three, was blocked by the California Supreme Court ... ... read more

7 couples sue over Nebraska’s gay marriage ban

That’s when the 8th Circuit appellate court decided against the state ACLU and Citizens for ... the only unmarried plaintiffs in the Nebraska lawsuit — could have a wedding in another state. They don’ ... read more

A Long-Lost Tax Plan Scares Sports Teams and Could Save America Billions

That's what we're up against." Even when we take a long look in the mirror, resolve to stay clean and sober, and choose sparkling water with lime instead of funding a new San Diego ... 1996 the state' ... read more

A Guide to the Propositions on the Nov. 6 Ballot in California, From the Gas Tax Repeal to Daylight Saving Time

Voters get to decide on 11 initiatives (a 12th proposition, which would have asked Californians whether or not they want to split the state into three, was blocked by the California Supreme Court in . ... read more

The 1996 Republican Party Platform

Lower interest rates will open up more housing opportunities for more Americans than any program Washington could ... State penalties: ten years for a first offense, fifteen for the second, and life f... read more

What Inventors Need to Fix the Patent System

An inventor’s cost in defending a patent against a PTAB procedure starts at around ... eliminated because no matter what changes are made to the rules it is difficult to see how this Board could ever ... read more

Public Sector Unions Win Big at the California Supreme Court: New at Reason

The reform was necessary given how the city's pension costs were consuming so much of the municipal budget. San Diego was on the cutting edge of a statewide pension-reform movement, as the state faced ... read more



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