CBC removed Canadian journalist Heather Mallick September 5 column about Palin after Fox complained
News that the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation removed a Palin-critical column from its website after FOX News complained, got me seeking out the column in question to see what the fuss was about, 'natch.
Just in case that link gets blocked, here's how Ma Read more »
In a surprise revelation, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District mentioned yesterday that it had reached a $515,000 settlement with Lennar over the developer's failure to monitor and control asbestos dust at Hunters Point Shipyard.
BAAQMD executive director Jack Broadment brought up the settlement, which was dated August 8 and allegedly finalized in early September, during the air district’s October 1 board meeting. Read more »
News that GGRA has decided to file an en banc appeal of the Ninth Circuit’s ruling upholding the City’s Healthcare Security Ordinance got supporters of the City’s ordinance expressing dismay and puzzlement. Read more »
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has decided in favor of the city's healthcare access ordinance.
The Golden Gate Restaurant Association, which was the group that filed suit against San Francisco over the City's trailblazing plan, could still appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, a move that would cost beaucoup bucks all round.
Here's my favorite part of this recent ruling, written in delicious legalese:
"There may be better ways to provide healthcare that to require employers in the City of San Francisco to foot the bill. Read more »