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  • The unsettled healthcare law

    The unsettled healthcare law
    Ever since Obamacare's stormy passage in early 2010, Democrats have been waiting anxiously for the program to go into effect and hoping that a dose of reality would calm the partisan battles over the health insurance plan. Once everything was up and...
  • Costa Mesa repeals ban on day laborer solicitation

    Costa Mesa repeals ban on day laborer solicitation
    The Costa Mesa City Council has repealed a law that banned day laborers from actively soliciting work on city streets. The council unanimously agreed last Tuesday to scrap the ordinance without discussion, the Daily Pilot reported. Costa Mesa's anti-...
  • Arizona ban on panhandling found unconstitutional in Flagstaff case

    Arizona ban on panhandling found unconstitutional in Flagstaff case
    An Arizona law that makes it a crime to beg for money or food in public is unconstitutional, a federal judge has ruled. The decision comes in response to a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona against the city of Flagstaff,...
  • Two men to stand trial for USC grad students' slayings

    Two men to stand trial for USC grad students' slayings
    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge ruled Monday that two men will stand trial for murder in the deaths of two USC graduate students from China who were shot in an apparent robbery. Judge Stephen A. Marcus said that there was "more than enough"...
  • Obamacare's next round

    Obamacare's next round
    For all the acrimony in Washington over Obamacare, there's an intriguing consensus around one issue: the ratchet effect. Neither side uses the term, but both the right and left treat it as an article of faith. The term was coined by the libertarian...
  • Campaign spending limits at issue in Supreme Court argument

    Campaign spending limits at issue in Supreme Court argument
    WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments Tuesday morning in a case that could give wealthy Americans even more clout with lawmakers and political parties, lifting one of the final restrictions on handing out campaign money. Three...
  • Two ordered to stand trial for slayings of USC students

    Two ordered to stand trial for slayings of USC students
    The deaths of Ying Wu and Ming Qu, two USC graduate students from China, puzzled investigators. The two had been fatally shot while sitting in Qu's parked BMW on a rainy April night in 2012, and authorities struggled to find a motive. Both, however,...
  • Supreme Court appears divided in campaign finance case arguments

    Supreme Court appears divided in campaign finance case arguments
    WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday on whether to give wealthy Americans even more clout in Congress by lifting the legal limit on how much they can give to candidates and their parties, with the outcome seeming likely to depend on...
  • CIF lawyers met with private school lawyers

     Lawyers representing St. Bonaventure, Oaks Christian, Damien and St. Lucy's met with CIF Southern Section lawyers last week in their first meeting since a federal judge advised the parties to seek a settlement regarding their attempt to reverse the...
  • Russian activist sent to mental institution, echoing Soviet era

    Russian activist sent to mental institution, echoing Soviet era
    MOSCOW -- For the first time since the collapse of the Soviet Union, a Russian court on Tuesday ordered an opposition activist to be sent to a mental institution for compulsory treatment. Mikhail Kosenko, 38, who spent more than a year in preliminary...
  • FDA drops over-the-counter age limit for Plan B One-Step

    FDA drops over-the-counter age limit for Plan B One-Step
    The Food and Drug Administration has approved over-the-counter use of an emergency contraceptive called Plan B One-Step for use by all women and girls who can potentially bear children, no matter how young, the agency announced Thursday. But the move...