Members of the civilian-based Los Angeles Police Commission are considering a policy shift in how officer-involved shootings are evaluated, according to reports.
An Orange County Congressman was among over a dozen Washington lawmakers Wednesday to call on President Obama to declassify marijuana as one of the nation’s most dangerous drugs.
The advocacy group Students Matter filed a lawsuit on behalf of nine public school students against the state stating that the policies allow bad teacher to stay in the classroom.
A California appeals court has issued a stay allowing a Los Angeles police policy that makes it easier for unlicensed drivers to keep their cars instead of having them impounded.
“There’s no way to make the federal law work without this transition to ACA-compliant plans,” board member Susan Kennedy said.
Some Anthem Blue Cross members have received letters that their health insurance plans are no longer available due to the Affordable Care Act.
A Superior Court judge on Monday struck down a controversial policy that in certain cases allowed police to release the impounded cars of unlicensed drivers.
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Federal officials have temporarily delayed a policy change that would have let people carry small knives, novelty bats and other sports equipment on planes.
Cheering a California rebound, Gov. Jerry Brown says voter-approved tax increases have put the state on sound financial footing but warns lawmakers that they must be tight-fisted with the government purse strings.
Two lawsuits aimed at a controversial LAPD policy limiting how long the city can impound vehicles of unlicensed drivers were consolidated into a single lawsuit.
For college graduate Leslie Osegueda the sky is the limit. At least it is now.
John and Elizabeth Young say they will shut down the clothing-optional Desert Sun Resort if necessary in order to uphold their ban on children.
The military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy is back in place for the time being, with one major caveat: the government is not allowed to investigate, penalize or discharge anyone who is openly gay.
An estimated 1.6 million women are employed by Wal-Mart, which the participants in the class action accused of paying women less and granting fewer promotions.