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Aug 7, 2023

Petersen and Toma in court filing aim to quash Prop 211

With efforts by one set of foes already rebuffed, the state's top Republican lawmakers are making their own bid to quash a new state law designed to shine a light on "dark money.''

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Oct 7, 2022

DACA suffers another court setback, but program remains in place for now

A federal appeals court ruled this week that DACA, the deferred deportation program for young migrants, was unlawfully created in 2012 but that protection for current DACA recipients can continue for now.