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    The California Supreme Court has just struck down a state law that required President Trump to release his tax returns in order to appear on the state’s primary ballot.
    Justices in Sacramento said that the law – which required all candidates for president and governor to submit five years’ worth of personal income tax returns in order to be included on primary ballots – was unconstitutional.

    California Governor Gavin Newsom recently said (with a straight face) that "California was still the envy of the world" in response to the numerous California critics who brought up the homeless problem, feces and syringes in the streets, and rodents infecting people in city halls. While Newsom drags his feet, some cities have chosen to tackle those problems, mainly helping the homeless.

    While the Yellow Jackets in Paris are rioting over restrictive new rules, the citizens of California may soon be wearing straight jackets after even more restrictions and mandates flow from Sacramento. Despite a critical housing shortage contributing to the homeless crisis the Golden State is experiencing, bureaucrats have decided to add an expensive, green-justice requirement for new homes.

    Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan is clutching her pearls about the court's decision freeing non-union employees from paying union dues, worried about "weaponizing the First Amendment." Meanwhile, in the #Resistance capital of the nation, the politicians are proposing legislation that is essentially a weapon at the heart of the First Amendment's free speech protections.

    California's citizens are busy collecting signatures and submitting ballot proposals so that they can change the laws created by the Democratic Party-dominated state legislature. Groups had been hard at work to repeal the onerous gas tax that has been in place since last November. They managed to collect enough signatures, which will mean the proposition to repeal will be on the ballot in time for the state's gubernatorial election this November.

    Assembly Bill 2943 is currently winding its way through California's state legislature, and many religious leaders and free speech advocates are sounding the alarm about the possible ramifications if it should pass. The proposed legislation is entitled "Unlawful Business Practices: Sexual Orientation Change Efforts". The bill adds “sexual orientation change efforts” to the state’s Consumer Legal Remedies Act.
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