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Supreme Court rules San Diego skipped key legal step in taking pension reform to voters

The Supreme Court, however, ordered the appellate court on Thursday to evaluate the proposal to make employees whole and to take judicial steps to reverse Proposition B because the city skipped a key ... read more

Supreme Court To Rule on Cell Phone Privacy

The U.S. Supreme ... 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, ... read more

High Court to Hear Brown Pension Reform Dec. 5

CalPERS, one of five similar challenges to the pension reform, was fully briefed last January. Brown’s legal office replaced the state attorney ... a superior court overturned a key part of a San Jose ... read more

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Pension Reforms Go to the Courts

Voters in San Diego and ... a really big court case on the issue of implied contractual rights to benefits-continuation in a home-rule city. As Monahan points out, that legal concept is clearly out of ... read more

David Garrick - Los Angeles Times

The U.S. Supreme Court announced Monday that it won’t intervene in San Diego’s pension cuts case, leaving in place a California Supreme Court ruling that the city skipped a key legal step when the ... read more

San Diego getting praise from credit agency for new pension policies

Most pension systems in California use 20 years, and only four systems use 30 years. “The new contribution rules ... from the state Supreme Court ruling last year that San Diego skipped a key legal ... read more

Ariz. Immigration Law Flares Debate In S.D.

We’ve had issues with police stops going back to the very famous Supreme Court case called Mapp v ... t done very much at all about immigration reform so now we see a state taking it up. But here in ... read more

Getting Engaged Won't Qualify You for a Trump Travel Ban Exemption

What Now After Supreme Court Rules ... Reform Law Institute, which filed court briefs supporting the travel ban, also noted that in the immigrant context, “fiances are not always close to the other ... read more

DABABNEH accused of sexual misconduct -- BROWN, CUOMO mull legal action over TAX bill -- ROHRABACHER to testify before Intelligence Committee

Story -- “Number of Border Patrol agents getting sick from sewage nearly triples,” by Barbara Zaragoza for San Diego Union-Tribune ... Pretty far, the state Supreme Court seemed to say last week in ... read more

Despite their clout, Oregon's public-sector unions face tough fights in 2013 Legislature

The state ... pass legal muster, particularly in conjunction with other issues. Some in the debate say the unions are eager to avoid having the PERS issue spill onto the ballot. They note tough ... read more

California "Inclusionary Zones" Exclude Most People From Affordable Housing

Earlier this month, the state Supreme Court heard arguments in a Northern California case ... a percentage of the new houses that would be sold at below-market rates. In San Diego, homebuilders must ... read more

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

Her biggest applause line came when she vowed to make education her key priority ... “A state appeals court has ordered the money be used for its original intent: to help homeowners who suffered ... read more

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