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Online rights restored to sex offenders as Prop 35 is struck down

Online rights restored to sex offenders as Prop 35 is struck down

Wide angle view of Suicide Bridge and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena. ; Credit: Genji Arakaki/flickr via Creative Commons The United States 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down part of California’s Proposition 35, citing an infringement on free speech that is guaranteed by the First Amendment. Prop 35, a bill [...]

Online rights restored to sex offenders as Prop 35 is struck down

Online rights restored to sex offenders as Prop 35 is struck down

Wide angle view of Suicide Bridge and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena. ; Credit: Genji Arakaki/flickr via Creative Commons The United States 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down part of California’s Proposition 35, citing an infringement on free speech that is guaranteed by the First Amendment. Prop 35, a bill [...]

Online rights restored to sex offenders as Prop 35 is struck down

Online rights restored to sex offenders as Prop 35 is struck down

Wide angle view of Suicide Bridge and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena. ; Credit: Genji Arakaki/flickr via Creative Commons The United States 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down part of California’s Proposition 35, citing an infringement on free speech that is guaranteed by the First Amendment. Prop 35, a bill [...]

Online rights restored to sex offenders as Prop 35 is struck down

Online rights restored to sex offenders as Prop 35 is struck down

Wide angle view of Suicide Bridge and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena. ; Credit: Genji Arakaki/flickr via Creative Commons The United States 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down part of California’s Proposition 35, citing an infringement on free speech that is guaranteed by the First Amendment. Prop 35, a bill [...]

Online rights restored to sex offenders as Prop 35 is struck down

Online rights restored to sex offenders as Prop 35 is struck down

Wide angle view of Suicide Bridge and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena. ; Credit: Genji Arakaki/flickr via Creative Commons The United States 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down part of California’s Proposition 35, citing an infringement on free speech that is guaranteed by the First Amendment. Prop 35, a bill [...]

What will come of the Jerusalem killings?

What will come of the Jerusalem killings?

An Ultra-Orthodox Jew looks down from a roof top over people mourning near the bodies of the victims of an attack by two Palestinians on Jewish worshippers killing four Israelis at a synagogue in the Ultra-Orthodox Har Nof neighbourhood in Jerusalem, at the site where the attack took place on November 18, 2014. Two Palestinians [...]

What will come of the Jerusalem killings?

What will come of the Jerusalem killings?

An Ultra-Orthodox Jew looks down from a roof top over people mourning near the bodies of the victims of an attack by two Palestinians on Jewish worshippers killing four Israelis at a synagogue in the Ultra-Orthodox Har Nof neighbourhood in Jerusalem, at the site where the attack took place on November 18, 2014. Two Palestinians [...]

What will come of the Jerusalem killings?

What will come of the Jerusalem killings?

An Ultra-Orthodox Jew looks down from a roof top over people mourning near the bodies of the victims of an attack by two Palestinians on Jewish worshippers killing four Israelis at a synagogue in the Ultra-Orthodox Har Nof neighbourhood in Jerusalem, at the site where the attack took place on November 18, 2014. Two Palestinians [...]

What will come of the Jerusalem killings?

What will come of the Jerusalem killings?

An Ultra-Orthodox Jew looks down from a roof top over people mourning near the bodies of the victims of an attack by two Palestinians on Jewish worshippers killing four Israelis at a synagogue in the Ultra-Orthodox Har Nof neighbourhood in Jerusalem, at the site where the attack took place on November 18, 2014. Two Palestinians [...]

California controller invites greater scrutiny of pension obligations

California controller invites greater scrutiny of pension obligations

California state controller John Chiang (R) looks on as then governor-elect Jerry Brown speaks during a briefing on California’s state budget on December 8, 2010 in Sacramento.; Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images In the name of transparency, State Controller John Chiang has added reams of data about public pension liabilities to his website. “In the months [...]