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    1. A new law in California hopes to fix that problem. It's known as ban-the-box legislation. The box refers to the section in job applications that potential employees check if they ...

    2. A three-judge panel of 9th U.S...the plaintiffs' legal challenge against the ban may proceed. The plaintiffs say the current law violates the right to engage in consensual sex, as described ...

    3. The “Yes Means Yes” bill was a big deal when Jerry Brown, the governor of California, signed it into law in 2014. Among other things, it made California the first state ...

    4. As firefighters in Northern California battle ongoing wildfires, the Sonoma County sheriff is facing a different battle: fighting misinformation about how the fires started. Sonoma County ...

    5. Economic opportunity is key to preventing crime

      The San Francisco Examiner10 hours ago

      California is in the midst of a fundamental transformation of its criminal justice system, with policymakers realizing that economic opportunity is the best crime-fighting tool ...

    6. A federal appeals court has opened the door to legalising prostitution in California. The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco recently allowed a legal challenge to the statewide ...

    7. Aisha Elston-Wesley, Michael Novasky

      New York Times11 hours ago

      She graduated from California State University, Fullerton, and received a law degree from the New York Law School. She is a daughter of Sherry J. Wesley... 2011 at the New ...

    8. California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law this month two pieces of legislation that prohibit employers from asking about a job applicant's criminal and salary histories ...

    9. California Governor Jerry Brown signed a law allowing convicted felons to vote while still in prison. On 28 September 2016, Brown signed Assembly Bill 2466, which allowed felons ...

    10. Sector Border Patrol agents "effectively combat smuggling organizations attempting to illegally transport people and contraband through southwestern Arizona and California," according ...

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