'We're Going To Push The Envelope': California Takes Aim At Supreme Court's Concealed Gun RulingDays after the U.S. Supreme Court allowed more people to carry concealed weapons, California lawmakers on Tuesday moved to limit where firearms may be carried and who can have them, while struggling to stay within the high court’s ruling.
These US Companies Will Cover Travel Costs For Employees Who Need An AbortionAfter the Supreme Court ruled on Friday to overturn Roe v. Wade, corporate giants from a range of industries pledged to provide support and financial assistance for employees — and, in some cases, their dependents — seeking abortions in states that outlaw the procedure.
Search Histories, Location Data, Text Messages: How Personal Data Could Be Used To Enforce Anti-abortion LawsIn some of the most restrictive states, digital rights experts warn that people's search histories, location data, messages and other digital information could be used by law enforcement agencies investigating or prosecuting abortion-related cases.
Gov. Newsom, California Leaders Pledge New Law To Address High Court's 'Dangerous Decision' On Gun RulingCalifornia legislators will consider a new law within days to keep dangerous people from carrying concealed weapons in public, Gov. Gavin Newsom and his top law enforcement official said Thursday after a U.S. Supreme Court decision invalidated the most populous state’s current law.
Getting Answers: What Supreme Court Decision On New York Concealed Carry Law Means For CaliforniaLocal experts with knowledge of constitutional or firearms laws discuss the Supreme Court ruling on concealed carry laws.
California Man Nicholas John Roske Charged With Attempting To Kill Justice Brett Kavanaugh Pleads Not GuiltyThe California man charged with attempting to murder Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh pleaded not guilty on Wednesday in a Maryland federal court.
California Lifts Attendance Limits On Houses Of Worship In Wake Of High Court RulingCalifornia on Monday lifted its limits on indoor worship services in the face of U.S. Supreme Court rulings that struck down the coronavirus public health mandates.
Gov. Newsom Slams Decision On Public Charge Rule: 'California Will Continue To Fight Against These Efforts To Terrorize Immigrant Families'The Supreme Court Monday in a 5-4 vote cleared the way for the Trump administration to make it more difficult for immigrants who rely on public assistance to obtain legal status.
Is Sleeping On The Sidewalk Protected By The Constitution? Homeless Crisis Reaches Supreme CourtThe United States Supreme Court met Friday to discuss whether the Constitution gives homeless people the right to sleep on the sidewalk.
Baker Who Refused To Make Same-Sex Wedding Cake Wins Supreme Court CaseThe Supreme Court ruled narrowly Monday for a Colorado baker who wouldn't make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
Donald Trump Narrows Supreme Court Nominee List To 3 CandidatesThe leading contenders - who all have met with Trump - are William Pryor, Neil Gorsuch and Thomas Hardiman.
Potential High Court Nominee Nguyen Inspired By Her Family Jacqueline Nguyen knows adversity.
US Supreme Court Appears Ready To Overrule Precedent Allowing Unions To Gather Mandatory FeesThe Supreme Court appears ready to deal a major blow to organized labor as it considers the free speech rights of government workers who say they shouldn't be forced to pay fees to public sector unions.
U.S. Supreme Court To Decide On Gay Marriage Cases In AprilThe Supreme Court says it will decide whether same-sex couples nationwide have a right to marry under the Constitution.
High Court Allows California To Continue Banning Sale Of Foie GrasThe Supreme Court is allowing California to continue enforcing a law that bans the sale of foie gras.