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California Tightens its Grip on Ridesharing Laws

Mar 25, 2019 3:15:49 PM / by Anita posted in california, uber, lyft, ridesharing, legislation, California Utilities Public Commission, CUPC, law

The California Utilities Public Commission (CUPC) regulates privately owned public utilities in the state of California. On September 19, 2013, California became the first state to regulate Transportation Network Companies (TNC), such as Uber Technologies and Lyft. In 2017, the CUPC reinforced the use of criminal national background checks for prospective drivers to ensure consumer safety. A TNC driver is to undergo a background check prior to being hired and the TNC is required to repeat this process at least once a year.

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Gun Control: Can Change Really Happen?

Mar 12, 2019 6:34:06 AM / by Jennifer posted in gun control, california, legislation, law

Preventable shootings have unacceptably become an all-too-familiar part of our media cycle. We’re all pretty well fed up with moments of silence and nothing more by way of change. Countless students around the country have made it clear that they are too.

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Vital Change in California’s Criminal Justice System

Feb 27, 2019 7:30:10 AM / by Anita posted in california, legislation, prison, felony, homicide, murder

A new state law may be the pathway to freedom for hundreds of California inmates.

The former California governor, Jerry Brown, Jr., passed several bills into law allowing for significant reform to the state’s criminal justice system. On September 30, 2018, Brown enacted Senate Bill 1437, amending the felony murder rule.

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New Era for California

Feb 12, 2019 3:05:34 PM / by Anita posted in legislation, law, talent, models, artists

Talent agencies have collaborated with lawmakers to expand California legislation in hopes of protecting its artists and models

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