A Ninth Circuit ruling that banned many cities from enforcing anti-camping laws could finally be taken up by the U.S.
The decision leaves standing a lower court ruling that upheld the California Values Act (SB 54).
SCOTUS has declined to hear a 9th Circuit Ruling that prohibits cities and counties from enacting camping bans when adequate shelter is unavailable.
The unanimous decision could have major implications for other local governments on a range of issues.
No Citizenship Question on the U.S. Census — For Now
Brittany M. 07/01/2019 - 9:26 PM
A citizenship question on the U.S. Census could spell disaster for California. But its inclusion looks less likely after a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court.
The decision was 5-4.
In a massive blow to American labor unions, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled Wednesday that government workers cannot be forced to join a union or be compelled to pay for the cost of collective bargaining.
We have an update in the case involving four Montebello officials who were accused of approving a city contract in exchange for campaign contributions.