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California Public Records Act

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  • Sacramento mayor moves to block city's release of certain emails

    Sacramento mayor moves to block city's release of certain emails
    Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson is seeking a court order  against the city and an area newspaper to stop certain emails from being released to the news media through a public records act request.
  • Photos of ruptured oil pipeline provide clues of spill cause

    Photos of the pipeline that spilled oil on the Santa Barbara coast show extensive corrosion and provide clues about the cause of the rupture, experts said. Corrosion visible around the crack, coupled with wear documented inside the pipe, led Robert Bea,...

    Business group that backed L.A. mayor's minimum wage plan 'not so happy' now

    Business group that backed L.A. mayor's minimum wage plan 'not so happy' now
    As the Los Angeles City Council prepares for a final vote Wednesday to raise the minimum wage, leaders of the most prominent business group to back a citywide pay boost have privately expressed concerns about changes made to the proposal since Mayor...

    Inglewood tries to silence a critic with a copyright lawsuit

    Inglewood tries to silence a critic with a copyright lawsuit
    You might think that a recording of a city council meeting would be a public record owned by, you know, the public. The Inglewood City Council begs to differ. The council is suing an Inglewood resident, Joseph Teixeira, and 10 unidentified cohorts for...

    Don't hide L.A. County's legal bills

    Don't hide L.A. County's legal bills
    Los Angeles County pays a lot of money to private law firms to defend against lawsuits brought by people who assert they were beaten, mistreated or abused while in custody, especially in the county's notorious jails. In order to adequately assess how well...