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Stockton On Verge Of Becoming Largest City To Enter BankruptcyStockton leaders have approved a series of emergency fiscal steps they hope will allow the city to avoid bankruptcy.
Berkeley Steel Workers File Lawsuit Over Lunch BreaksThe lawsuit claims that the company is not giving employees a lunch break within the first five hours of their shift, which is required by California law.
New Law Changes California's Booster Seat RuleStarting Jan. 1, 2012, children are required to be strapped into booster seats, until the age of 8. Previously, booster seats were mandated only for kids until they reached age 6 or 60 lbs., whichever came first.
Feds Order California Pot Dispensaries To Shut Down Federal prosecutors have launched a crackdown on pot dispensaries in California, warning the stores that they must shut down in 45 days or face criminal charges and confiscation of their property even if they are operating legally under the state’s 15-year-old medical marijuana law.
New California Law Prevents Repeat Violators From Using Traffic School As An OutOffenses will now be recorded as convictions and then "masked" after completion of traffic school. But, show up in court again and the court will have a record of your violation history.
Feb 1st Brings Stricter Gun Laws To CaliforniaBeginning February 1st, gun dealers in California who sell handgun ammunition will have to get more information from customers.
Tough New California Law Targets Habitual Drunk DriversGov. Schwarzenegger signed legislation this week that would revoke the driver's license of anybody repeatedly caught driving under the influence in California.
Calif. Bill Would Require Ski Helmets for Minors
Violent Video Game Law Headed for U.S. Supreme Court