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Judicial Watch Files Taxpayer Lawsuit against University of California to End In-State Tuition, Grants for Illegal Aliens

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Judicial Watch Files Taxpayer Lawsuit against University of California to End In-State Tuition, Grants for Illegal Aliens

Judicial Watch announced today that on August 26 2014, it filed a lawsuit in the Superior Court for the State of California, Los Angeles County, seeking an end to an estimated annual $19.6 million in non-resident tuition waivers currently being given to illegal alien students by the University of California (UC) Regents.

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

Third Calif. Senator Charged With Multiple Felonies

There appears to be a serious epidemic of corrupt legislators in the nation’s most populous state, with the latest elected thug du jour getting nabbed for operating a creative bribery and mob-style firearm trafficking scheme. Like an entertaining Hollywood movie the story is littered with drama, murder-for-hire, drugs, betrayal and…

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Judicial Watch Files Taxpayer Lawsuit against Police Chief Beck, City of Los Angeles over Special Order 7

Under New Policy Police Officers Will No Longer Impound Vehicles of Unlicensed Drivers for 30 Days in Violation of California Constitution and California Vehicle Code (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced that it filed a taxpayer lawsuit yesterday against the…

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Judicial Watch Sues Obama Department of Transportation for Records Concerning California’s ‘Train to Nowhere’

Obama Administration Pledges $3.3 billion in funding for California High-Speed Rail Project Labeled an “Immense Financial Risk” by an Independent Audit (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit on February…

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California Newspapers Going After Legislative Expenses Get Boost From Related Fed Ruling

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

Calif. Pro Minority/Gay Curriculum Law Challenged

A new law forcing public schools to develop a curriculum that portrays minority figures—including gay, bisexual and transgender—positively and forbids all negative depictions is being challenged in California, where state law allows citizens to achieve a sort of people’s veto.The measure (SB 48) was passed last month and requires that…

IN THE NEWS

Legislature has long exempted itself from open-records laws

IN THE NEWS

Marta Mossburg Sen. Boxer’s conflict of interest while investigating colleagues

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Waters family profiting from mailer biz

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Rep. Maxine Waters charged with three violations

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Pasadena sued over documents related to immigration policy

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Ex-lawyer jailed 14 months, but not charged with a crime

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Will Judge Stop Illegal Payments to Judges?

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Judicial Benefits & Court Corruption

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Calif. judges aren’t sharing state’s economic pain


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