by | Nov 21, 2019

Sacramento Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, the San Diego Democrat who authored a landmark labor law (Assembly Bill 5), apparently is one of the most intelligent people in the state. Her colleagues who voted for that law, and the governor who signed…

by | Dec 21, 2018

Thirteen states suing Massachusetts filed a brief petitioning the U.S. Supreme to hear their case this week. “This case affects every producer, distributor, and consumer of eggs, pork, and veal in the country, and it implicates fundamental constitutional principles of…

by | Jul 18, 2018

California is moving ahead with some of the most ambitious — and pointless — net neutrality laws in the country that will only make the patchwork laws springing up around the U.S even murkier. California’s bill offers stronger language than…

by | Jul 11, 2018

Even before President Trump chose Brett Kavanaugh to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court, political henchmen and media hacks began rummaging through his record like so many rats in a ripe dumpster. Their sojourn in the slime revealed…

by | Nov 13, 2017

The Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution may not seem like much at first glance: “Congress shall have power…to regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among the several states, and with the Indian tribes.” But those words have made a…

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