California is close to passing a new state law that will shake up the time-table for serving and drinking alcohol at restaurants, bars, hotels and nightclubs. It will establish, if passed by the State Assembly and signed by the governor, a pilot program allowing Los Angeles, and six other cities, to serve into the predawn […]
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Isn’t this a funny country? The hot issues of the day make us ask ourselves, are tax laws fairly applied, are gun laws sufficient and enforced, is our private information actually public? Do we need more tax laws? Do we need more laws restricting guns? How do we keep personal information private?
By: Ralph Barat Saltsman Stephen Warren Solomon Stephen Allen Jamieson Holding a drill does not make someone wearing a white coat a dentist. Dressing up in a sailor’s suit doesn’t qualify anyone to captain a freighter through the Dardanelles. A suit, tie and brief case doesn’t enable an unlicensed consultant to try an administrative hearing.
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Last September, Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 1732, a bill requiring all single-stall restrooms in the state of California to be designated “gender-neutral.” It is the nation’s most inclusive restroom-access law, and it went into effect on March 1. “When we heard of people going to restrooms being harassed, of not feeling they could use […]