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Will Jerry Brown tilt California Supreme Court against business?

By Daniel Fisher | Aug 25, 2017

SACRAMENTO - At the end of this month, California Supreme Court Justice Kathryn Werdegar is scheduled to retire, giving Gov. Jerry Brown the opportunity to appoint his fourth justice to the highest court in the nation’s most populous state, ending a Republican majority and sealing his influence over the court for decades.

Appeals court rules against City of Galt in fight over redevelopment agency funds

By John Myers | Jun 12, 2017

The California Third District Court of Appeal recently ruled against the City of Galt, upholding a lower court’s decision to block a cooperative agreement between the city and a redevelopment agency.

Federal judge says cell phone tax challenge case belongs in state court

By April Brown | Apr 11, 2017

Judge Morrison England Jr. of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California issued a memorandum and order on March 20 in the matter of Bekkerman v. Calif. Board of Equalization et al, remanding the case back to a state trial court.

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