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Prop. 64 – The Basics: Q&A on Marijuana Legalization - By Victor Ponto Jordan FergusonLast week, Best Best & Krieger presented the first in a series of webinars on Proposition 64 and marijuana legalization in California. Such an interesting topic yielded many questions — some of which we have selected to answer below, including those not addressed due to time. The series will continue on Dec.14 with a webinar […]

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California Must Pick Up Stormwater Check - By Rebecca AndrewsLocal public agencies realized an important victory in a more-than-decade-long, who-should-foot-the-stormwater-bill battle — a battle focused on a permit issued by the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board to the County of Los Angeles and more than 80 local agencies, or “co-permittees.” The lengthy battle was not over the requirements themselves or whether state […]

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Broadband Networks: FCC Says “One-Touch” Ordinance Does Not Violate Federal Law

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California Adopts Measures Targeting Multifamily Residential Buildings for Water Conservation

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Gear Up for Driverless Cars: California DMV Amends Driverless Car Regulations to Include Local Governments

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Reducing Cyber Vulnerability and Keeping Online Voter Registration Data Safe

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Giving Employees Time Off to Vote - By Gary W. SchonsIt’s probably posted on the bulletin board in your employee lounge, along with all the other employment notices California employers are required by law to post. But, it’s likely lost in that blizzard of information, and it’s one aspect of employee rights few of us pay any attention to because it is seldom relevant. With […]

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DOT Policy Starts Paving the Way for Autonomous Vehicles - By Gregory Rodriguez Jordan FergusonTraffic has cleared and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has released its highly anticipated Federal Automated Vehicles Policy. While the revolutionary first iteration of the NHTSA Policy is in guideline form and not mandatory, it lays the framework for the evolution of permanent and mandatory federal regulations for the operation of autonomous vehicles on […]

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Local Campaign Finance Reform: What Local Agencies Can – and Cannot – Do (Part 2)

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Local Campaign Finance Reform: Can Local Agencies Wean the Baby From “Mother’s Milk?” (Part 1)
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