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State Supreme Court rules San Diego pension cuts were illegally placed on ballot

02--The California Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that San Diego ... city pension officials to significantly increase the projected cost of pensions in 2016. The labor board recommendation, however, ... read more

Q&A with U.S. Senate candidate Kevin de León

The San Diego Union ... you know… could rise, become the leader of our California State Senate and… and manage to navigate a crowded field of 32 candidates… 32 candidates to get into the top two… to g... read more

Supreme Court ruling opens doors to sports gambling

The ruling means that states can now decide on whether they want to set up a legalized gambling procedure that could reap billions of dollars, but at what cost? The Supreme Court's ruling ... marketin... read more

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California’s Supreme Court Won’t Let Citizens Vote for Statewide Divorce

Each of California's biggest metropolitan areas (San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego) would end up in a different state ... Supreme Court also agreed to consider and rule on the constitutionalit... read more

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New Reuters/Ipsos Poll: Feinstein, Newsom With Big Leads

That leadership could generate a wave of laws modeled on California’s -- and critical leverage for a deal: “Once we establish California as a model of state ... San Franciscan who has poured hundreds ... 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

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

California Faces Death by Pension

In June 2012, the electorates in the state’s second- and third-largest cities—San Diego ... city’s 350-percent increase in pension costs over the past decade and to the declining public services. He c... 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

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

MN Terror Suspect Released Following Supreme Court Ruling

It was just eight days ago that the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a Pennsylvania case (Elonis vs. U.S.) that threatening words in some cases could be protected free ... He had been jailed in San Diego, ... read more

Is This the Supreme Court's Next Big Gun Case?

But the Supreme Court has ... arms in the eighteenth century could not rationally have been limited to the home," the 7th Circuit wrote. Similarly, in its February 2014 ruling in Peruta v. County of S... read more



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