The Morning Report leads off today with the Costa Mesa city employees’ day in court.
An OC Superior Court judge put a temporary halt on the Costa Mesa layoffs, a ruling that the employees called a victory in their fight against the city’s outsourcing plan. City officials, meanwhile, say the ruling only delays possible moves that they were going to wait to make anyway.
Here is the Register’s take, and here is the Daily Pilot’s.
In other news…
State Senate bill would put limits on immigrant car seizures.
Huntington Beach rejects bid for mosque inside city limits.
Drug addiction costs Fullerton police officer his badge.
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