A hacker has apparently taken over the California Attorney General’s website home page.
OC Register’s Brian Joseph explores the Golden State’s penchant for secrecy.
California Foundation for Fiscal Responsibility releases report calling on public employees to pay for half the annual costs of their pensions.
Criticism of DA Tony Rackaukas over hiring of private trial attorney for the Toyota litigation.
Costa Mesa outsourcing plans dealt another delay because City Council neglected to follow city policies on studying outsourcing plans. The OC Register, here. And Daily Pilot, here.
Questions raised about Newport Beach Mayor Mike Henn’s votes on local developments and potential conflicts of interest.
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