CA Governor Taking Too Long to Cut Prison Population: Judicial Panel

A panel of three federal judges last week threatened to hold California Governor Jerry Brown in contempt if he doesn't swiftly implement a plan to cut down California's prison population by 10,000 inmates—a task the panel first ordered the state to undertake 2009 in response to a class action accusing the state of failing to provide prisoners with adequate healthcare. So Reuters reports.


GC Gives Speech at National Conference Criticizing His Own Staff

The general counsel of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) gave a speech recently in front of regulators from around the country describing a "hypothetical" state utility regulator whose staff attorneys need to learn a lesson about loyalty and good judgment, according to the Recorder.


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