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Catholic Charities of sued by EEOC  San Francisco: The U.S. agency that enforces employment discrimination laws is suing Catholic Charities of San Francisco over allegations of age discrimina...   Mayor confronts backlash over sanctuary  SF City Hall: Newsom said it was his view that the city's sanctuary laws were never intended to shield immigrant drug dealers from prosecution Yahoo-Google Alliance Probed  Justice Department officials are examining an advertising deal between amid concerns that the alliance violates antitrust laws Groups oppose exemption to rules  Half Moon Bay: Environmentalists and the state are fighting an exemption in environmental laws that would settle a dispute between town and a developer City Hall handicap ramp will cost $1 Million
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2017-07-05 Police commission stands firm on sanctuary city policies SF City Hall
C. 2016-05-17 SJ passes travel bans to NC, Mississippi over transgender laws San Jose City Hall
D. 2014-01-07 A push to abolish 'ridiculous' S.F. laws SF City Hall
E. 2013-11-10 Voters Approve Gun Control By Wide Margin Sunnyvale
F. 2013-10-04 Judge seems unmoved in San Jose's bid to get A's San Jose
6. 2012-03-30 Micron, Oracle settle chip lawsuit Oracle
7. 2011-07-14 SF threatens to sue over pipeline laws SF City Hall
8. 2011-02-25 Old Coca Cola sign causes flap in SF Bernal Heights
J. 2010-12-07 Appeals court hints at narrow Prop 8 ruling San Francisco

  SJ passes travel bans to NC, Mississippi over transgender laws  San Jose City Hall: The City of San Jose is taking a stand against two states accused of passing discriminatory laws A push to abolish 'ridiculous' S.F. laws  SF City Hall: Supervisor Farrell has resolved to use sanfranciscocode.org, to clear any unnecessary laws from SF books and to tweak laws that need updatin... Voters Approve Gun Control By Wide Margin  Sunnyvale: Ballot measures to adopt gun safety laws and increase hotel taxes appear to have passed in Sunnyvale tonight Judge seems unmoved in San Jose's bid to get A's Micron, Oracle settle chip lawsuit SF threatens to sue over pipeline laws. SF City Hall Old Coca Cola sign causes flap in SF. Bernal Heights Appeals court hints at narrow Prop 8 ruling  San Francisco: The federal court hinted at a ruling that would allow gays and lesbians to marry in California while leaving other states' laws intact Google Books deal ripped  An opponent of the deal: A $125 million settlement that would allow to create the world's biggest digital-book library breaks international ... Google rebuts DOJ objections to deal  Google Inc. is willing to take on the U.S. Department of Justice in a court battle over whether the company's ambitions would break laws Google looses French lawsuit  A Paris court ruled that Google Inc.'s expansion into digital books breaks France's copyright laws, and a judge slapped a euro10,000-a-day fine OK to sue VeriSign, appeals court rules  San Francisco: VeriSign can be sued under antitrust laws for allegedly conspiring to set prices above market rates by several dollars per consumer FTC has dropped Rambus antitrust claims  Los Altos: Federal Trade Commission has dropped its claim that the memory chip company violated antitrust laws in patenting technologies Owner sentenced for safety violations  Santa Rosa: 57-year-old Ken Alton, former owner of a roofing company is going to jail for violations of work safety laws that led to employee's death Arrests reviewing for public-drunkenness
Police commission stands firm on sanctuary city policies


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Jul.5
  SF City Hall: San Francisco's police commission made it clear tonight -- they back the city's controversial sanctuary city laws


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year 2008 Top ^

Nov.19  
  San Jose: A high number of arrests of people suspected of being drunk in public has city officials reviewing how public-drunkenness laws are enforced

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Mar.19  
  SF City Hall: Wheelchair-bound Supervisor Michela Alioto-Pier can't access parts of the Supervisor's Chambers; the facility doesn't comply with handicap laws
Mar.13 Housekeeper sues couple for OT  Atherton: 69-year-old Vilma Serralta is charging that they violated labor laws by working her 14-hours a day Feb.22 Workers Strike At Convalescent Hospital  Millbrae: Health care workers began striking over allegations the hospital's new management has been violating federal labor laws

year 2007 Top ^

Aug.20   Ed Jew Pleads Not Guilty To Charges
  San Francisco: The city supervisor was arraigned on charges that he violated the city's election laws when he ran for office
Apr.18   CEO scoffs at allegations at Web 2.0 Expo  SF Downtown: Google's Eric Schmidt is saying his company's acquisition of the ad firm DoubleClick does not violate antitrust laws

year 2005 Top ^

Jul.6 Labor panel sides with Chronicle
  SF Chronicle: The National Labor Relations Board has alleged that one of the unions violated labor laws by refusing to negotiate
Jun.28   City Considering Dog Crackdown
  San Jose City Hall: The council talked about enacting new animal control laws targeted for specific breeds like pit bulls


year 2004 Top ^

Mar.5 City Doesn't Need to Obey Unfair Laws
  SF City Hall: Lawyers for the city have told the state Court that the constitution does not require local officials to obey unfair laws
Feb.21 City gets $300,000 in gay-marriage fees
  SF City Hall: San Francisco is likely to spend at least that much fighting in court to defend its challenge to California laws


year 2003 Top ^

Jun.29   Gay Pride parade
  SF Downtown: Thousands of people took to the streets, energized by the Supreme Court's ruling that struck down laws against sodomy


year 2002 Top ^

Oct.25 City law banning ATM fees nullified  San Francisco: A federal appeals court overturned municipal laws that ban certain ATM fees charged by banks Oct.3   Approval from States on PayPal Merger
  eBay: Online auctioneer had obtained all approvals needed under state money transmittal laws to complete the acquisition
Aug.4 Farm Workers Want Immigration Reform
  Santa Rosa: 200 members of the United Farm Workers of America want President and Congress to change the immigration laws


year 2001 Top ^

Oct.30 City must allow write-ins during runoffs  San Francisco: Court said that city voting laws must allow for write-in candidates during runoff elections Mar.25   Cannabis club at Supreme Court  Oakland: Lawyers try to convince the Court that anti-drug laws shouldn't prevent marijuana from being given to seriously ill patients

year 2000 Top ^

Aug.3   Teens check tobacco laws  Pittsburg: Teens looking for merchants who are not complying with law that restricts tobacco marketing near schools.


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