California Public Health officials confiscated $140,000 worth of cannabidiol-infused beverages from an LA warehouse.
Federal judges rule state cannot be forced to assist immigration officials.
A new mailer from the AIDS Healthcare Foundation argues that allowing the construction of apartment buildings near transit stops is tantamount to "negro removal."
At least now we're arguing over the right thing: the need to hike housing supply.
Federal Appellate Court Rules Against Trump Administration on Most Issues in California “Sanctuary State” Case
The ruling, written by a Republican-appointed judge, is an important victory for federalism.
The California Environmental Quality Act is empowering anti-cannabis NIMBYs and causing regulatory chaos
Harris supported a truancy law that listed jail time as a punishment for parents.
But that might be news to some Californians, and even more of the state's elected and appointed officials.
A new study says plastic bag bans encourage people to use less eco-friendly substitutes.
Most California cities already ban recreational cannabis stores. A few want to ban home deliveries as well.
Recreational weed went into effect last year. Now, two prosecutors are trying to bring the criminal justice system up to speed.
The Second Amendment covers magazines holding more than 10 rounds, U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez says, because they are commonly used for lawful purposes.
One doesn't need a predictive-policing program to realize that police officers who have been convicted of serious crimes ought not to be trusted with a badge.
High taxes and slow bureaucracy keeps the black market alive.
California man highlights the absurdity of dumb regulations.
More than 30 organizations are reviewing thousands of newly released documents about bad cop behavior
NIMBY Local Government Sues Owner of Flintstones Replica House Over Dinosaurs and Giant ‘Yabba Dabba Doo’ Sign
The town of Hillsborough, CA has deemed a sign bearing the cartoon character's famous catchphrase an "eyesore" and "public nuisance."
A new book throws red meat to "public land advocates," but its arguments leave a lot to be desired.
A suite of bills just dropped that would impose price controls and limit evictions
Are straw bans a sign of the lurking red menace?
A law that forced open decades of secret information about law enforcement behavior is slowly being implemented.
Police allegedly shoved a photographer to the ground with a baton as well.
One pension-spiking tool can be scaled back now, but the California Rule remains intact.
After police killed an unarmed man in a backyard in Sacramento, outrage led to greater transparency about officer conduct.
"The real battle in the Democratic Party is between reality and fantasy," says Chapman University's Joel Kotkin.
Unlike lawmakers, who are usually are fairly forthright about their goals and intent, the justices have left Californians befuddled with several recent rulings.
Xavier Becerra conceals bad behavior by cops in his state, and even threatens journalists attempting to expose them.
One California legislator wants to combat global warming with more roadways.
We trust young people to make a lot of weighty decisions. Voting should be one of them.
Without a realistic avenue to complete the project, why would they keep helping pay?
Proposed Anti-Soda Bills in California Would Ban Big Gulps, Mandate Warning Labels on Vending Machines
State legislators are preparing to take the nanny state to the next level
Governor Newsom wants to fight the black market. That's how we got the drug war in the first place.
Trump has exhibited a "flagrant disregard of fundamental separation of powers principles engrained in the United States Constitution," the suit reads.
A corrupt boondoggle that broke the bank for subsidized middle-class trips would not have been the flagship for a greener America.
Celebrate, don't mourn, the end of what's always been a bad plan.
A new poll shows 74 percent of San Francisco residents are in favor of a state bill that would peel back local restrictions on housing.
For most of the presidential candidate's political career, she was absolutely dead set against full legalization.
Specifics remain sparse, but universal healthcare will surely increase demand for medical services, and California's already low on nurses.
But she provided very little evidence to back up her claims.
The Libertarian Party State of the Union: ‘Americans deserve better’ than ‘Republicans and Democrats careen[ing] toward socialism and fascism’
Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Hewitt delivers the L.P.'s prebuttal to tonight's SOTU, while the L.A. Times asks whether Hewitt can "make a fringe party mainstream."
Adrian Burrell was well within his rights to record the officer.
Government planners do not understand markets, so they promote overly pricey projects that fail to meet our real-world transportation needs.
How much power does the state of California have to force NIMBY localities to build more housing?