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If state Supreme Court rules against San Diego on pensions, it could could cost city millions

The state Supreme Court strongly indicated in May that it will rule San Diego’s six-year-old pension cutbacks are illegal, but crucial questions remain about how the court might order the problem fixe... read more

California Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Prop B Pension Case

The California Supreme Court on Tuesday heard oral arguments in a case that could overturn San Diego's landmark pension reform measure and put the city on the hook for tens of millions of dollars ... ... read more

RENT CONTROL fight heats up -- BREED’S big day in San Francisco -- Reprimand for 'locker-room talk' in SACRAMENTO

But it could help him rally ... SFChronicle’s Bob Egelko: “A state appeals court has ordered the money be used for its original intent: to help homeowners who suffered foreclosures.” Story GAS TAX REP... read more

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Fate of public unions may rest with Supreme Court

“The fundamental issue is my right to choice,” Janus said on the Supreme Court steps after the court heard arguments. Public-sector unions say the case could adversely affect millions of government .. ... read more


The Daily 202: Leaked recordings of Ga. governor candidate highlight why people mistrust politicians

“Cagle admitted that he thought a new state law was bad policy for Georgia, but it could mean millions to his ... and most civil service rules apply to them, they are independent in their decision-mak... read more

Is This the Supreme Court's Next Big Second Amendment Case?

In the words of one San Diego official ... arms in the eighteenth century could not rationally have been limited to the home," the 7th Circuit held. That kind of circuit split is usually enough to get ... read more

Nunes donates campaign cash to effort to repeal California's gas tax hike

Nunes, who campaigns against the gas tax back home, contributed $50,000 to Give Voters a Voice, the group reported Thursday. Rep. Scott Peters (D-San Diego ... state Supreme Court, affirming a lower-c... read more

Partisan divisions are clear as Missouri Senate takes up Voter ID

JEFFERSON CITY ... state courts. The U.S. Supreme Court, on the other hand, has allowed laws in Texas, Indiana and Wisconsin to take effect. (The 2011 Texas law is undergoing another court challenge b... read more

The Daily 202: Rod Rosenstein delivers a stirring lecture on the rule of law, but actions matter more than words

Attorney General Jeff Sessions holds a news conference in San Diego near ... Affordable Care Act against a legal challenge to its constitutionality. In practice, this could upend the health-care syste... read more

5 things to know about naming beneficiaries

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case of a woman suing her late father's pension plan for money she believes should ... By law, heirs then must empty the account within five years, which could ... read more

Supreme Court To Rule on Cell Phone Privacy

The Court’s response has the potential to impact the lives of countless of Americans in their dealings with the police. Both cases began with criminal arrests. In the first case, Riley v. California, ... read more

California Legislature has spent $294,271 investigating sexual harassment claims since 2006

Nunes, who campaigns against the gas tax back home, contributed $50,000 to Give Voters a Voice, the group reported Thursday. Rep. Scott Peters (D-San Diego ... state Supreme Court, affirming a lower-c... read more



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