Bob Egelko

San Francisco Chronicle

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Courts reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle

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San Francisco and Santa Clara have filed suit to block President Trump’s executive order to withdraw federal funding from cities that don’t cooperate with federal immigration…

California cities take Trump to court over sanctuary policies

San Francisco and Santa Clara have filed suit to block President Trump’s executive order to withdraw federal funding from cities that don’t cooperate with federal immigration…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Prop 57 would change sentencing for non-violent offenders making them eligible for earlier release based on good behavior. What are the implications?

Prop 57: Inmate sentencing

Prop 57 would change sentencing for non-violent offenders making them eligible for earlier release based on good behavior. What are the implications?

from Olney in L.A.

Judges in Los Angeles County are warning that budget cuts are likely to force courtrooms to close and limit access to justice.

Budget Cuts and Access to Justice

Judges in Los Angeles County are warning that budget cuts are likely to force courtrooms to close and limit access to justice.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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It’s not RICO, but this is the final episode of All The Presidents’ Lawyers.

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California is trying to smoothly roll out a version of the Pfizer vaccine for kids ages 5-11 that the CDC green-lit nearly a week ago. Dr.

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Starting in January and throughout 2022, the City of LA plans to give 3,200 families in poverty $1,000 a month — with no conditions. The $38 million program is called “ BIG:LEAP .”

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Big budget action movies with big stars have traditionally been the bread and butter of Hollywood studios.

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“It’s important for me to fight and use my voice to be heard, so we’re not being trampled on and humiliated when we’re being forced to do two to three people’s work and only taking…

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With the new movie “Eternals,” Marvel is hoping it can launch a series of films as successful as the “Avengers.”

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Hollywood studios are tightening up their COVID-19 vaccine requirements. This is a safety issue but also a financial one.

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