Voters and poll workers should wear masks, social distance and sanitze hands
It’s not representative of the actual electorate, nor was it designed to be when it was formed over 200 years ago
Reactions to SB 145 are marred with personal biases and fear mongering
California law requires watercraft operators to be sober
Due to COVID-19, aspects of the 2020 general election are unprecedented
People can reach out to local, state and federal agencies for assistance
Officers must have probable cause when detaining people at peaceful rallies
California has enacted laws to protect children from being abused online
Are federal law enforcement officers required to identify themselves when arresting individuals engaging in protests?
Proposed legislation addresses rights of peaceful demonstrators
Cars must stay at least 3 feet away from people on bikes
Expanded Family Medical Leave Act accommodates working parents’ needs
The City has stepped up to provide clarity in pandemic era’s time of uncertainty
Proposed law aims to protect rights of minorities often victims of fraudulent emergency calls
Those who cannot wear masks may register concerns with government agencies
By Christopher Dolan and Casey Hultin Detained? No. Arrested and booked? Yes.…
Anti-discrimination employment protections in Civil Rights Act extended across the U.S.
Most courts have held that the First Amendment gives individuals the right to document police officers in public
The bottom line is that the state may regulate civil liberties during an epidemic.
Curfews in and of themselves violate civil liberties. Public officials at every level of government are making arbitrary decisions
Governor Newsom, through an executive order, created the Disaster Relief Assistance for Immigrants (DRAI) project