Shooting first and asking questions later might have been acceptable police conduct in 1872 California. It can’t be in the 21st century.
The California Supreme Court has ducked a fundamental issue in state’s pension crisis, leaving “California rule” up in the air.
Gov. Gavin Newsom is taking a carrot-and-stick approach to California’s housing shortage, but it may have a fatal flaw.
The state’s Fair Political Practices Commission wants the authority to prosecute local government officials who misuse public funds for campaigns.