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In two very different California disputes, Supreme Court affirms private property rights

The Supreme Court upheld an individual’s right to private property against government intrusion in two very different California cases Wednesday, underscoring the libertarian leanings of the more conservative majority. The decisions — one unanimous and the other ideologically split — also bolstered privacy rights. In one case, the justices sided...
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California Governor Gavin Newsom Declares State of Emergency for Madera and Mariposa Counties Due to January 2021 Wind Event

June 23, 2021 - SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom on Tuesday issued an emergency proclamation for the counties of Madera and Mariposa to assist. communities recovering from extreme winds in January 2021 that resulted in power outages, downed trees and caused significant damage to critical infrastructure including power lines and roads.
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‘It’s very scary’: Tenants on edge as California mulls extending eviction moratorium

Some regulations that have protected California renters from eviction during the pandemic are nearing expiration, leaving many tenants worried about how they will stay housed and underscoring the uneven recovery from COVID-19’s economic toll. The statewide moratorium on evictions, which protects renters with pandemic-related hardships if they don’t pay rent,...
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California Attorney General Says U.S. Supreme Court Decision Strengthens Protections Against Police Officers Warrantless Entries into the Home

June 23, 2021 - OAKLAND – California Attorney General Rob Bonta today applauded the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Lange v. California, placing important safeguards on the circumstances in. which police officers can enter a home without a warrant. While the Supreme Court has historically allowed warrantless entries whenever police...
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Home Values are Surging in Victorville, California

In the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. home sales slumped. Since then, however, the market has come roaring back — and rising demand, in conjunction with a relatively low supply of housing, has caused home values to surge. According to estimates from Zillow, a Seattle-based real estate data company, between May 2020 and […]
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California DMV announces free offer valid through 2021

The California DMV announced Monday that all Californians who received driver's licenses or identification cards during the pandemic but did not get a REAL ID can upgrade for free through the end of the year. "We don't want Californians to pay the price for not getting a REAL ID during...
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Gavin Newsom badly misled California on wildfire prevention efforts, report says

A striking new report from CapRadio and NPR's California Newsroom alleges that Gov. Gavin Newsom made false and misleading statements related to wildfire prevention efforts in the state of California. CapRadio, which is the NPR affiliate in Sacramento, obtained data that shows Newsom has dramatically overstated the level of preventative...
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WTF California: Antioch Mayor Doubles Down on Juneteenth Ignorance, Oakland Hits 60 Homicides

On this episode of the WTF California Podcast, we jump right back into City of Antioch after Mayor Lamar Thorpe doubles down telling the organizes of the Juneteenth event as to why they held the event. Event organizer Claryssa Wilson corrects the mayor saying Black Lives Matter had nothing to do with the event. Also, Antioch Herald Publisher Allan Payton calls out Thorpe for taking cheap shots at the media including his publication. New report shows California has more registered voters than it should while Oakland is pushing 60 homicides. Plus much more.