Fresno County has sued two Fresno city council members for allegedly violating a 2020 campaign finance law prohibiting contributions over $30,000.
“Our state is in a housing crisis and local governments must do their part to allow for affordable housing options for all members of our communities, regardless of their income level,” said Attorney General Rob Bonta.
On Monday, California expanded its lawsuit against Huntington Beach to include the city’s failure to adopt a state-mandated housing element.
At a press conference, Newsom called Huntington Beach “Exhibit A” for “what’s wrong with housing in the state of California.”
Golf balls have been raining down on the mobile homes ever since changes were made to the golf course.
A coalition of business groups and local electeds have filed a lawsuit against the Fair Political Practices Commission seeking to nullify new campaign contribution requirements passed by
Housing advocates have filed a rash of lawsuits against Santa Clara County and several Bay Area cities for allegedly failing to do their part to encourage new housing.
DOJ Reaches Landmark Settlement Over City’s ‘Crime-Free Housing Ordinance’
Brittany M. 12/15/2022 - 8:20 AM
The U.S. Justice Department announced a landmark settlement with the City of Hesperia and the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Wednesday over a “crime-free housing ordinance” that allegedly discriminated against Black and Latino renters.
The City of Auburn is being sued by a senior planner who accuses City Manager John Donlevy of gender discrimination and sexual harassment.
Watsonville City Councilmember and Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors candidate Jimmy Dutra is being sued by a man who claims the official molested him when he was 12 years old.