Dozens of Californians cited for allegedly providing alcoholic beverages to minors Saturday.
During the weekend of March 11th and 12th, 2023 the ABC worked with nearly fifty local law enforcement agencies and departments across California to conduct “shoulder tap” minor decoy operations…Read Full Article
Constitutional Law: Taxes, Guns & Privacy: We Need A Pardon!in Constitutional Law, Current Affairs, Ralph B. Saltsman, Stephen Warren Solomon
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?
Count 1: Practicing Law Without A License, A Misdemeanorin Current Affairs, Ralph B. Saltsman, Stephen Allen Jamieson, Stephen Warren Solomon
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.
“What is going to happen to T.V. Advertising if Beer Sales continues to drop and State Legal sales of Marijuana products continued to out pace them?”in Current Affairs
Legalized Marijuana Sales Cause Drop in Alcohol Sales
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Assistance in Los Angeles Countyin Uncategorized
Pro Bono Legal Help and Other Assistance in Los Angeles County (from California State Bar website) Alliance for Children’s Rights 3333 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 550, Los Angeles, CA 90010 213-368-6010 www.kids-alliance.org Asian Pacific American Legal Center of Southern California 1145 Wilshire Blvd., 2nd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90017 213-977-7500 www.apalc.org Bet Tzedek Legal Services 145 […]
“Sometimes it’s fun to see how weird alcohol laws are in other places, it may make your home state sane”in Current Affairs
17 WEIRDEST DRINKING LAWS AROUND THE WORLD
“Would speed up land use projects as to environmental review in the courts if they are more than $ 100 Million- “in Current Affairs
Effort to give big development projects environmental relief passes the Assembly with overwhelming support
“Whether you are near UCLA or USC there needs to be amazing coordination between LA CITY GOVERNMENT land use laws and STATE ALCOHOL BEVERAGE CONTROL to obtain an Alcohol license”in Current Affairs
Westwood business owners struggle to obtain liquor licenses
“Tribes Scramble To Figure Out How Sports Betting Could Impact Them -THIS COULD IMPACT TRIBAL GAMING THROUGH THE USA!”in Current Affairs
Tribes Scramble To Figure Out How Sports Betting Can Fit Into Indian Gambling Under Federal Law
“What a Great Day to Eat Fun Food”in Current Affairs
Fun Food & Where to Find it! The Single Best Dish to Try in 18 Different LA Neighborhoods
Casinos might need more than games to keep gamblers as competition growsin Business Law, Indian Gaming
Sacramento’s Indian casino scene could soon get more crowded. With two casino projects on the horizon in an already bustling market, tribal operators old and new will have to offer entertainment and other amenities to retain the loyalty of customers in what experts say is a gaming market that will soon reach a breaking point. […]
California’s Laws About Restaurant Bathrooms Are More Progressive Than L.A.’s: Need 2 or 3 to have Alcohol?in Business Law
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 […]