Maura Dolan is a former California-based legal affairs writer for the Los Angeles Times. She covered the California Supreme Court and the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. A California native, she graduated from UC Berkeley and has worked in Washington and Los Angeles for The Times.
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Los expertos afirman que todo el mundo debería llevar una mascarilla, y muchos recomiendan requisitos de verificación de las vacunas. Pero incluso con ambas cosas, hay riesgos.
Experts say everyone should be wearing a mask, and many recommend vaccine verification requirements. But even with both of those, there are risks.
San Francisco and other Bay Area communities are dropping policies that allowed people to go maskless in some indoor settings.
After the U.S. Supreme Court let stand a Texas “vigilante” antiabortion law, governors on the left and right call for similar schemes targeting firearms and school instruction.
Un laboratorio de la UC San Francisco que analiza los resultados de las pruebas de los coronavirus es uno de los principales responsables de la rápida identificación de la variante Ómicron en California.
A UC San Francisco lab that analyzes coronavirus test results is a big reason behind the quick identification of the Omicron variant in California.
The fully vaccinated individual returned home from South Africa on Nov. 22 and subsequently tested positive for the Omicron variant of the coronavirus.
As expected, the Omicron coronavirus variant, first detected last month, has reached the U.S., with the first case found in California.
Appeals court upholds California’s ban on large-capacity gun magazines, saying it does not significantly interfere with the right to self-defense.
Danny Masterson’s case has refocused attention on religious arbitration, in which disputes are settled outside of courts, with little or no public scrutiny.