Of course they did.
California's progressive political imperatives are having such glaring real-world repercussions that it's hard to keep ignoring them.
Federal Judge Says California Can't Force Trump To Release His Tax Returns in Exchange for Ballot Access
Written ruling says the state is violating the rights of voters as well as the presidential candidates.
Would that outcome have been the same for those of us who aren't in law enforcement?
Give the Republican Party control of the White House and Congress, and it's only a matter of time before Democrats discover the virtues of devolving authority to state and local governments.
Putting up with some drag-queen storytelling seems like a small price to pay to live in a relatively free society.
Pending restrictions on vaping products in Michigan and New York are based on an alarmingly broad understanding of the executive branch's "public health" authority.
California lawmakers have approved Assembly Bill 5, which poses an existential threat to the gig economy in the state.
The bill would upend the gig economy.
Economists have long warned that rent control only limits housing supply and drives up prices in the long-run
The black market still dominates. And more enforcement and fines aren’t going to fix it.
The state is set to pass a sweeping bill that would reclassify drivers as employees.
Californians' tax rates are among the nation's highest in almost every category, but their property tax levels have remained reasonable. That could change soon.
Next week, the Berkeley city council will consider a measure to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms and other "entheogenic" substances.
Rent increases could be capped at 5 percent plus inflation under a new agreement struck by Gov. Gavin Newsom and state legislative leaders.
Milton Friedman famously observed that "nothing is so permanent as a temporary government program." The rare demise of a government program, it seems, is temporary too.
Jason Andrew McGilvray will resign from the federal agency.
California's Top Court Finally Allows Law Enforcement Agencies to Share List of Problem Cops With Prosecutors
Powerful unions and state-mandated secrecy made it a fight to know about misconduct.
It's necessary to confront the threat of white nationalism on the political right, but it must be done without handing new powers to law enforcement and government.
Only if you assume they would have happened in the absence of gun confiscation orders.
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation is suing to prevent Amoeba Music's Hollywood location from becoming a 200-unit apartment building.
The Golden State toys with bad fixes to its worsening housing affordability problems.
The law demands use of Real I.D. compliant identification for background checks that many state residents don't have
Owners painted the house bright pink and added two funny emojis after neighbors complained about illegal Airbnb rentals.
If market-rate wildfire insurance is too expensive for homeowners, maybe that's telling us something about the risks of living amidst pretty tinder.
Superior Court Judge Rochelle East says the warrant violated California law.
Berkeley, California Will 'Degenderize' Its Municipal Code, Getting Rid of Words Like 'Manhole' and 'Ombudsman'
The progressive bastion is trying to make its laws more inclusive, semantically at least.
The city is banning e-cigarettes while actual cigarettes remain legal.
Officers will now have to argue that killing was necessary and not just say they had a fear they were in danger.
Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Hewitt is now the highest elected Libertarian Party member in the U.S.
A state Supreme Court ruling sets a new, higher bar for determining when workers can count as independent contractors rather than employees. It might ruin some online firms' business models.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti doesn't like President Donald Trump's insults, but does want more money from his administration.
Media outlets are seeing foot-dragging, destroyed records, and demands for big money for compliance.
As governments and law enforcement agencies rush to incorporate facial recognition tech, California lawmakers have a chance to slam on the brakes.
NCAA has warned the state that if the "Fair Pay To Play Act" passes, all California schools would be ineligible to participate in postseason play.
Lawmakers struggle to pass a bill protecting operators from arrest and prosecution.
A district judge says no, but don't expect the state’s gun-grabbing politicians to give up.
The tech giant's plan to add 20,000 homes will require lots of government permission slips and other investors' money.
It's not illegal for inmates to have marijuana, but it's still a felony if they try to smoke it.
A small city in California has been plagued by police shootings, costly civil rights lawsuits, and incidents of excessive force.