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Sanity prevails with respect to public records access…or does it?

June 20, 2013


Last night Speaker of the Assembly John Perez announced that the state assembly would vote today on Assembly trailer bill 71 that would reverse the dismantling of the public records act, currently being gutted by assembly trailer bill 76. Assembly bill 76 turned the public records act into optional best practices that can be ignored. […]

The Long Beach boondoggle gets more press coverage

November 14, 2012


It is being referenced to in growing circles as the long beach courthouse boondoggle. At a 35 year operating cost of 2.3 billion dollars, money has yet to be appropriated by anyone to pay for it. The only money appropriated thus far for courthouses comes out of the existing courthouse construction funding provided for by […]

25 days – From the CAOC and S.F. City Attorney Dennis Herrera

August 22, 2011


Good Morning California, Last week the Consumer Attorneys of California and City Attorney Dennis Herrera wrote a few letters. In Herrera’s letter he expressed that he was working with the Bar Association of San Francisco sharing his concerns about court budget issues with the legislature and the administrative office of the courts. He also shares […]