Warren Lent is suing the California Coastal Commission, arguing that its power to unilaterally hand down massive fines with minimal process is unconstitutional.
Newsom's subservience to the unions is the best reason to recall him.
Lawmakers want to pay cities to help cannabis businesses navigate the state’s oppressive bureaucracy.
Former Biden Senior COVID Adviser Admonishes Americans for Their Lack of 'Sacrifice' During the Pandemic
Plus: California reopens, the DOJ will tighten its rules on seizing lawmakers' records, and more...
A grant revoked under President Donald Trump will be returned.
The state is going to "reopen" June 15. That includes ending most mask mandates for vaccinated people.
Such laws arbitrarily prohibit rifles that are commonly used for legal purposes.
The state is scheduled to ease its lockdowns on June 15. But Newsom still wants the power to control the terms.
Victory for the Second Amendment in Miller v. Bonta. Will the Biden administration pay attention?
Lawmakers are proposing to create a "California Dream Fund" that would subsidize up to 45 percent of the costs of a new home.
Stanford Law Dean: 'I Would Never Have Approved' Investigating a Student for Mocking the Federalist Society
"Stanford Law School is strongly committed to free speech," says Dean Jenny S. Martinez, who wants to "ensure that something like this does not happen again."
The university investigated a law school student for mocking the Federalist Society, putting his diploma on hold until yesterday.
California's Costly Experiment With Online Community College Is a Textbook Example of Government Failure
This should be a lesson for anyone who thinks the government should run health care, child care, and just about anything else.
Even when states authorize gun confiscation orders, identifying would-be mass shooters is a daunting challenge.
Party leaders don’t want a replacement on the recall ballot.
Ignore the hype: Latin American immigration is (still) the city’s greatest strength.
California has a $75 billion budget surplus, but federal taxpayers are about to send the state $27 billion in additional aid.
Are Gavin Newsom's $600 Checks a Redistributive Vote-Buying Scheme or Welcome Return of Stolen Goods?
California's embattled governor wants to spend $8 billion of the state's surprise budget surplus on individual payments to state residents.
California Democrats and journalists are suddenly concerned about expensive government.
The public school system is a travesty that does not—and cannot—put students first.
9th Circuit Hears Contradictory Arguments on Whether People Aged 18 to 20 Have a Right To Buy Weapons
California insists those under 21 were legally "infants" in Founding Era; plaintiffs insist they were always part of "militia"
The Riverside County supervisor wants to improve access to school choice and make it easier to build more housing.
Destroying the ability of freelancers to make a living is union protectionism, not economic opportunity.
Two years after California banned them, the ATF was complaining that 41 percent of guns they came across in L.A. were the very guns already banned
Secretary of State’s office verifies his opponents have gathered enough valid signatures.
The former Olympian, reality TV star, and conservative Republican will challenge incumbent Gov. Gavin Newsom in an impending recall election.
But where is the outrage?
A Decade Ago, Recreational Cannabis Was Only Available on the Black Market. During the Pandemic, It Became an 'Essential Industry.'
Social distancing made the production, distribution, and sale of cannabis more challenging. People stuck home alone also boosted demand for an industry dedicated to getting you high.
Connecticut, California, Oregon, and Colorado have all signaled that their mask mandates will outlast their pandemic restrictions on businesses.
For insomniacs and pain patients, CBD cocktails can be a better alternative to traditional ones.
The Supreme Court reaffirms that COVID-19 regulations must comply with the First Amendment.
The majority reminds the 9th Circuit that the First Amendment puts limits on COVID-19 policies.
In the Face of Arrests, City Barricades, and Revoked Permits, This California Saloon Fights for Its Right To Reopen
For months, the owners of Tin Horn Flats have refused to comply with restrictions on their business.
The founder of the Slapfish seafood chain battles arbitrary, non-scientific regulations and a punishing economy while reinventing the lobster roll.
The culinary innovator behind Slapfish on what it's been like to run a business with government at all levels arbitrarily flipping the on-off switch.
So many people are leaving the state that it will soon lose a congressional seat.
The governor has said that his scheme of pandemic restrictions on businesses and social activity will sunset on June 15 provided there are enough vaccines for everyone and hospitalization rates remain low.
The answer mostly hinges on how much the government is involved.