Gavin Newsom in war of words with DeSantis over Martha’s Vineyard migrant flight

California Governor Gavin Newsom has been accused of hypocrisy for harshly criticizing migrant transports from Texas and Florida, despite previously running his own initiative to bus homeless people away from San Francisco. Newsom, a Democrat, engaged in a public war of words with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis after last week’s high-profile flights carrying Venezuelan migrants … Read more

‘Gone Girl’ kidnapping faker Sherri Papini had Bible verse about kidnapping branded on her SHOULDER

California mother Sherri Papini, who mimicked the plot of Gone Girl, had a Bible verse about kidnapping branded on her shoulder after returning from her own self-abduction in 2016. Papini, 39, disappeared from her Redding, California, neighborhood while out for a jog. The married mom of two returned weeks later almost hundreds of miles away … Read more

Takeaways From The California AG’s $1.2 Million CCPA Enforcement Action – Advertising, Marketing & Branding

29 August 2022 Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz To print this article, all you need is to be registered or login on Mondaq.com. Earlier this week, the California AG announced its first public enforcement action and settlement for alleged violations of CCPA as well as updated its website to include new enforcement case examples. In … Read more

SCVNews.com | Sept. 21: Valencia Based Nonprofit Hosts ‘Runway to Compassion’

Carletta Cole is on a mission to provide care and special treatment to Southern California caregivers who need a break. Cole is the founder of the Valencia based Caregiver Safe Place, a nonprofit organization that provides resources and short-term relief for primary caregivers. Caregiver Safe Place will host “Runway to Compassion,” a charity fashion show … Read more

Fighting for their patients, Kaiser mental health clinicians enter second week of strike – People’s World

On the line, week 2. | Marilyn Bechtel / People’s World OAKLAND, Calif.—Over 2,000 northern mental health clinicians at Kaiser Permanente facilities in California and the Central Valley have entered the second week of their open-ended strike as they demand the giant healthcare nonprofit staff up to provide its millions of members timely, quality mental … Read more

SCVNews.com | Ocean Water Use Warning Issued for LA County Beaches

1974 – Covering a section of the 1933 Ridge Route Alternate (US 99), Pyramid Lake opens to the public [story] California Air Resources Board releases California Smoke Spotter 2.0. The new app features will help users track wildfire smoke. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health confirmed 14 new deaths throughout LA County, 2,314 … Read more

Newsom’s New Anti-Gun Law Amounts To False Advertising

With the recent passage of California’s AB 2571, a law prohibiting the marketing of certain firearms to minors, Governor Newsom rode roughshod over constitutional protections to advance the legislation that many feel will be nothing more than an anti-gun talking point in what is likely to be a future presidential run. As author Daniel Sutter … Read more

CFPB: New Sheriff in Town for Tech Companies?

On August 10, 2022, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issued a final Interpretive Rule stating that the Consumer Financial Protection Act (CFPA) applies to companies engaged in targeted advertising of financial products and services. Because the CFPB considers these companies to be covered by the CFPA, they would be subject to civil money penalties … Read more

Kaiser mental health clinicians to start open-ended strike Aug. 15 – People’s World

Kaiser mental health therapists during their week-long strike in 2018. | Marilyn Bechtel / People’s World OAKLAND, Calif.—Bright and early Monday morning, some 2,000 psychologists, therapists, chemical dependency counselors, and social workers will be on the picket line outside Kaiser Permanente facilities across California and the Central Valley, demanding that the giant healthcare corporation provide … Read more

House prepares for reconciliation vote without SALT relief

Rep. Tom Suozzi, DN.Y., speaks during a news conference announcing the State and Local Taxes (SALT) Caucus outside the US Capitol on April 15, 2021. Sarah Silbiger | Bloomberg | Getty Images After fighting to repeal the $10,000 limit on the federal deduction for state and local taxes, known as SALT, a group of House … Read more