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Status of Bruce Boyer Legal Challenge for Ballot Access as VC Sheriff Candidate

Status of Bruce Boyer Legal Challenge for Ballot Access as VC Sheriff Candidate

Bruce Boyer campaign for Ventura County Sheriff:  August 6th, 2018   Update as to the legal action that Bruce Boyer, as he is a fully filed candidate for Ventura County Sheriff, should be placed on the ballot. Bruce Boyer is represented by attorney Joel Farkas: We are now filed and briefed with the CA Appellate […]

Starr’s Measure M Rate Rollback Upheld! City Overcollected $5.2MM

Starr’s Measure M Rate Rollback Upheld! City Overcollected $5.2MM

By George Miller Ventura County Superior Court Judge Rocky Baio has finally come back with a ruling  on the 1+ year old challenge by the City of Oxnard to Aaron’ Starr’s Measure M wastewater rate increase rescission, which passed with 72% of the vote. It would reinstate the Measure, which was stayed by an injunction […]

VC Sheriff candidate Bruce Boyer continues in his struggle to get on ballot

VC Sheriff candidate Bruce Boyer continues in his struggle to get on ballot

By George Miller Some have compared him to Don Quixote in his quest to become Ventura County Sheriff. Without significant law enforcement credentials, but with major commitment to constitutional government, he fervently believes he has something to offer and is trying to use the law to pry open an opportunity to do so. We can’t […]

COASTAL COMMISSION DENIES COUNTY AND SENDS FISHERMAN’S WHARF PROJECT BACK TO CITY

COASTAL COMMISSION DENIES COUNTY AND SENDS FISHERMAN’S WHARF PROJECT BACK TO CITY

By Harbor & Beach Community Alliance (HBCA) Yesterday at a Coastal Commission meeting in Chula Vista, City Attorney Ken Rozell, appearing on behalf of the City, and members of HBCA, won a clear victory at the Coastal Commission when the Commission agreed that the Harbor Department and County could not by-pass the City’s jurisdiction. The […]

D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals—“Law-Abiding Citizen’s Right to Bear Common Arms Must Enable The Typical Citizen to Carry a Gun”

D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals—“Law-Abiding Citizen’s Right to Bear Common Arms Must Enable The Typical Citizen to Carry a Gun”

            Share Tweet Forward On Tuesday, July 25, The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals issued its anticipated decision in the case of Grace v. District of Columbia, and issued a permanent injunction prohibiting D.C. from enforcing its “good reason” (i.e., a special need beyond self-defense) requirement for the issuance of a CCW.   […]

Amicus Brief Filed in Support of President Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration and Refugees

Amicus Brief Filed in Support of President Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration and Refugees

By William J. Olson, PC February 7, 2017 State of Washington v. Trump (read brief here) NOTICE: The Ninth Circuit has scheduled a telephonic argument to hear arguments on the Trump Administration’s motion for a stay today, February 7, 2017, at 6:00 PM (Eastern) Tuesday. To listen, use this link:http://www.ca9.uscourts.gov/media/view_video.php?pk_vid=0000010884 Yesterday, Monday, February 6, 2017, […]

Both sides of Mandalay shores short-term rental dispute court ruling claim victory

Both sides of Mandalay shores short-term rental dispute court ruling claim victory

By George Miller The battle over whether short-term residential rentals should be permitted is raging all along the California coast and has gotten far worse since on-line rental services have boomed. Investigations into feasibility of banning or severe restrictions by cities such as Oxnard have shown that the CA Coastal Commission has come down in […]

Federal Appeals Court rules that IRS still targeting conservative groups 

Federal Appeals Court rules that IRS still targeting conservative groups 

By Michael Hernandez WASHINGTON, D.C.—The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Friday in a 3-0 unanimous decision reversed a 2014 lower district court ruling that previously dismissed a lawsuit filed in 2013 against the Internal Revenue Service for targeting conservative groups. The appeals court found that the IRS had committed some “unconstitutional […]

GOP delegate wins federal suit affecting presidential nomination

GOP delegate wins federal suit affecting presidential nomination

By George Miller Donald Trump won a significant majority of delegates in the primary season, even with all the fighting over them. It was three times the number won by his nearest competitor, Rafael “Ted” Cruz. With the RNC national convention coming up in a week, it changes the playing field somewhat, but probably not […]

Ninth Circuit en banc anti-Second Amendment decision in Peruta v. San Diego

Ninth Circuit en banc anti-Second Amendment decision in Peruta v. San Diego

Peruta v. San Diego opinion  (Read decision here)   A week shy of one year since oral argument was heard, and over six and one-half years since the case was brought in October of 2009, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit today issued a decision in Peruta v. County of San Diego. […]

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