- Making News: Coastal Commission Goes to Court
Since the Coastal Commission was created by California voters 29 years ago, it-s been the bane of developers and other property owners. Today, the State Supreme Court heard a case that could put the Commission out of business for violating the constitutional separation of powers. Bob Egelko, who covers the court for the San Francisco Chronicle, details what's at stake.
- Reporter's Notebook: WalMart Meets with Inglewood Delegation
Last year, Inglewood voters turned down WalMart-s plan for a superstore, but the giant retailer bought the property anyway. Last night we talked to former Inglewood City Councilman Danny Tabor, part of a delegation that went to WalMart headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas. Tonight, we hear from Bob McAdam, WalMart's Vice President for Corporate Affairs.