Judge Stays His Own Order to Allow High-Capacity Gun Magazines

California residents who have acquired high-capacity gun magazines in the week since a federal judge found the state’s voter-approved ban on the firearms unconstitutional will be allowed to keep their weapons, but will not be able to import more into the state starting Friday at 5 p.m., a federal judge ruled Thursday in staying his order.

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California’s First Latino Attorney General Targets Trump Policies

Xavier Becerra became perhaps the nation’s most influential attorney general when he was named California’s top lawyer two years ago, and has used his post atop what some call the “Resistance State” to pummel President Donald Trump’s administration with dozens of legal actions.

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Californians Charged in Statewide Apple Store Crime Spree

Apple stores across California have been targeted by groups of thieves in recent months, dashing into stores wearing hoodies and snatching products from the shelves in seconds. On Thursday, however, the Golden State’s top cop said the crime spree has been thwarted with the arrests of 17 people charged with stealing over $1 million in Apple product.

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California Sues to Keep Border Wall Off Environmental Fast Track

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra – standing steps from the fence along the U.S.-Mexico border in San Diego – said Wednesday he and the California Coastal Commission have sued the federal government for circumventing state and federal environmental laws in order to speed up construction of the border wall.

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California Sues Over Plan to End Dreamer Program

Moving to freeze a decision by the Trump administration that could subject 200,000 young Californians to deportation, the Golden State’s attorney general on Monday announced a lawsuit against the plan to end protections for undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children.

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