Supreme Court action at its January 10, 2018, conference on CalWORKs, employment, res judicata cases

At its January 10 conference, the Supreme Court granted review in two civil cases and depublished one civil opinion.  It also issued 16 grant-and-hold orders in criminal cases, 13 criminal or habeas corpus case grant-and-transfer orders, and an order to show cause in another habeas case, and it depublished a criminal opinion and responded favorably to two clemency recommendation requests by the Governor. Here’s a quick look at the three civil cases with, for the two review-granted cases, the issue presented as stated by the court or its staff. Christensen v. Lightbourne:  Review granted. (1) Should court-ordered child support payments for children living outside the home be considered income available to children in the home in determining eligibility for CalWORKs aid?  (2) When garnished child support is the direct or indirect income of children outside the home who are receiving CalWORKs aid, does the state violate Welfare and Institutions Code section…

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