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Finally, California Gets A Meaningful Housing Bill

California State Senator Scott Wiener just introduced the bill I’ve probably been waiting for since I started following land use and transit in California over a decade-and-a-half ago. SB 827 would dramatically scale back local government restrictions on housing near … Continue reading

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Workers Injured During a 2006 Calcasieu Parish Oil Spill Finally Compensated

In the midst of a very active hurricane season, it is important to remember that Louisiana is no stranger to this type of inevitable damage. However, the dangers involved in disaster clean-up efforts are often forgotten, and far too often … Continue reading

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Revolution? Will 2017 mark in history the year when sexual harassment finally became unacceptable and when the world started placing blame where it belongs?

Sexual harassment didn't start with Bill O'Reilly or Harvey Weinstein. It has been around since women entered the workplace.  For countless women, going to work has meant being targeted by their co-workers and their bosses. Being hit-on, propositioned, threatened, even … Continue reading

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Physically forced blood draw DWI finally makes its appearance

Fortunately it DIDN'T happen in Austin, at least not yet. Read more detail on Recent Criminal Law Posts –

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MI – SORA – Finally A Win?

Original Article 09/13/2011 By Mark A. Satawa Finally, a win in a sex offender case in the Michigan Supreme Court. On June 30, a unanimous Michigan Supreme Court said a trial court could not order a defendant to register as … Continue reading

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