Revised State Budget Plans to Staff Up Attorney General's Office
We look at the ongoing battle of California vs. the Trump administration. What did Gov. Jerry Brown's revised budget have to say about California as the center of the resistance?
Is This Nevada Family's School Choice a Lesson for California?
Imagine getting a check in the mail and using it to send your kids to any school you wanted. Some states already do this through tax-credit scholarships. And President Trump and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos want to make them available to families across the country. Here in California, some education experts have rejected this idea, saying it hurts public schools and violates the separation of church and state. We check out how the program is working out for our neighbors in Nevada.
9th Circuit Brings Trump Administration Lawyers Back to Court
Government lawyers were back in court Monday, defending President Donald Trump's ban on travel from six majority-Muslim countries against a lawsuit claiming the ban is unconstitutional. And Trump's campaign pledge to bar Muslims from the U.S. is continuing to haunt him.
Bill Aims to Increase Transparency of Police Surveillance
While cyborg law enforcement officers are still science fiction, many of the tools utilized by law enforcement have a distinctly futuristic ring to them. This includes facial recognition readers, social media scrubbers, bio metric scanners and on and on. Bay Area state senator Jerry Hill is trying to pass laws that would extend current privacy rules to all current technologies.