The Board of Supervisors has decided to throw its political weight behind an effort to overturn a court decision that has allowed homeless people to bed down overnight on sidewalks across California and
Los Angeles County will file an amicus brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn an earlier ruling that found it is “cruel and unusual” for local governments to outlaw sleeping on the streets when
It doesn’t take mad math skills to figure out that if your community has more homeless people sleeping on the streets than it has open shelter beds and apartments, then there’s nowhere for them to go.
Sheldon Whitehouse, a Democrat, represents Rhode Island in the U.S. Senate. Politics is a team sport. We battle, and our courts are supposed to referee our disputes. But what if one team spent years and
The Texas judge presiding over Randy Halprin's case was a “racist and anti-Semitic bigot," the inmate's lawyers contend. American Jewish groups are chiming in to support a Jewish inmate on Texas’ death
The National Labor Relations Board on Thursday called for amicus briefs on whether it should overrule Obama-era board precedent that said workers’ profane or racist outbursts were protected by federal