Gov. Gavin Newsom's response to allegations of favoritism only serve to underline how the entire fast food minimum wage law was a giveaway to his buddies.
Probably because Greg Flynn, who operates 24 of the bakery cafes in California, is a longtime friend of Gov. Gavin Newsom.
I shouldn't have to spend so much money on an accountant every year. But I don't really have a choice.
The DEA is cracking down on manufacturers, hurting patients who genuinely need those drugs.
"The people who violated the governor's mandates and orders should face some consequences," a Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board member said in 2022.
Medical professionals are often unaware of the relevant research on the relative risks of tobacco products, and that can matter for public health.
A federal judge ruled that Tayvin Galanakis' lawsuit against the officers who arrested them could go forward. He also approved part of the officers' defamation case against him.
Sen. Mike Lee's "technological exploitation" bill also redefines consent.
Throughout Republican-run Western states, lawmakers are passing legislation that treats adults as if they are children.
More like total eclipse of the fun.
For sex workers and their clients, Super Bowl season can mean a higher chance of getting nabbed by cops.
Big Vape presents differing views on the supposed youth vaping epidemic.
"The sole basis for targeting Joe was the race/ethnicity of his wife and her occupation" at an Asian massage parlor, the lawsuit claims.
The proposal seems to conflict with a Supreme Court ruling against laws that criminalize mere possession of obscene material.
Liquor store owners and store association lobbyists claimed that allowing alcohol sales on Sunday would negatively impact their livelihoods.
Zyn pouches are a dramatically safer alternative to smoking.
It's a frightening reminder of how far the government will go to get their way—and to warn tech companies against platforming speech it doesn't like.
It could also outlaw any sort of sexualized image, play, or performance, pornographic or not.
Free societies generally leave these matters to individuals and families.
Heated tobacco products are coming to America, at long last. How will they change the landscape for smokers and prohibitionists?
Another significant court loss for the Food & Drug Administration's arbitrary approach to regulating vaping products.
Beware the “Equality Model” of sex work law reform in 2024.
Colorado, North Dakota, probably Montana, and maybe New York.
Pizza Hut announced plans to lay off 1,200 delivery drivers on Wednesday.
The year's highlights in blame shifting.
The good news: Regulators have exercised unusual restraint.
After public backlash, Hanover County Commission has decided to pursue a voluntary purchase of the Cheetah Premier Gentlemen's Club next door.
Andrew Mitchell, who was acquitted on state murder charges in April, plead guilty this month to abducting and detaining two sex worker victims.
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More than five years after it began, former President Donald Trump's trade war is still spiraling out of control.
Nannies never fall out of love with failed authoritarianism and curbs on freedom of choice.
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