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Justice Department Files Net Neutrality Lawsuit Against the State of California

The Justice Department today filed a lawsuit against the state of California alleging that Senate Bill 822, an Internet regulation bill signed into law earlier today by Governor Jerry Brown, unlawfully imposes burdens on the Federal Government’s deregulatory approach to the Internet, announced Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Acting Associate Attorney General Jesse Panuccio, Assistant Attorney General Joseph H. Hunt for ...

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ICE arrests 150 criminal aliens in Los Angeles area

40% of criminal aliens had ICE detainment holds but law enforcement released from custody anyway A man with a conviction for attempted murder and a woman who has seven convictions for driving under the influence are among the 150 criminal aliens and illegal immigrants arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers this week. Approximately 40 percent of those ...

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Who Should Police Over SAN Francisco City Attorney’s Questionable Ethics

The case of City of San Francisco v. Anne Kihagi calls into question ethical judicial and prosecuting practices, the latter of which often dances the line on conflict of interest issues. Attorney Karen Uchiyama, a defense lawyer in this contentious case, references a 1985 California Supreme Court ruling that clarifies the role of a public attorney, in contrast to a ...

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 California Teen Kicked out of Class by Teacher for Wearing NRA Shirt

A high school history teacher in California lectured two students and sent one to the principal’s office for wearing T-shirts advertising the National Rifle Association (NRA),  according to a report. The mother of one of the students, Charlene Craig, stated, “the teacher approached the two students wearing the NRA T-shirts, including her 15-year-old daughter, and started lecturing them on the perceived danger ...

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California Supreme Court throws out bullet stamping lawsuit; sets up second amendment battle

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The California Supreme Court ruled unanimously to throw out a lawsuit challenging California’s law requiring new semi-automatic handguns to microstamp identifiers on shell casings when the gun is fired. The lawsuit, NSSF v. State of California, filed by the National Shooting Sports Foundation, argues that the law should be overturned because the technology to implement it does not exist. The law ...

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ICE arrests 162 criminal aliens in Los Angeles-area operation

A Mexican national convicted of rape and a citizen of El Salvador convicted of Voluntary Manslaughter are among the 162 criminal aliens taken into custody earlier this week during a three-day enforcement operation conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) targeting at-large criminal aliens, illegal re-entrants and immigration fugitives, and aliens released back in to the community after detainers, ...

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Republicans Come Out Ahead In California House Races

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  by Robert Donachie Democrats avoided a complete lockout in California Tuesday evening, narrowly advancing in a number of competitive House races that are likely to become critical in November. The state has a “jungle” primary system, wherein the top two vote-getters advance to the midterms. That was expected to threaten Democrats in a number of districts throughout the state, where ...

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California On The Verge Of Getting Its Own Set Of Strict Net Neutrality Rules

  by Kyle Perisic Democrats in the California State Senate passed net neutrality regulations on Wednesday that are stricter than the Obama-era ones they replaced. The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Obama-era rule implemented in 2015 placed a ban on blocking, throttling and paid prioritization of content on the internet, but it was repealed in December 2017. The net neutrality legislation ...

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Moving Out: Californians look for houses in other states at twice U.S. average; cite sanctuary policies, affordability

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Santa Clara, San Mateo, and Los Angeles are the top three California markets where residents are leaving More than half of those searching outside their county are looking to leave California; Nearly half are looking at more affordable counties in state San Diego, San Francisco and Marin counties are generating the most out of California views California’s housing affordability crisis, sanctuary ...

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