In his Supreme Court fight with the Trump Administration, California attorney general Xavier Bacera invokes conservative principles to defend the Golden State’s sanctuary state declaration — and wins. In other news, police union leaders demand that they reform themselves, San Francisco transit officials refuse to give cops a ride, David unwinds the state pension agency’s “new” investment strategy, and Will talks with Reason’s Marc Joffe about the latest effort to derail High-Speed Rail. Music by Metalachi.
- California ‘sanctuary’ rules stay in place after Supreme Court rejects Trump’s challenge
- Major California police unions call for reforms, removal of racist officers
- SFMetro and Transit Authority will stop allowing cops to ride to protest sites
- CalPERS: we’re into borrowing now
- California Assembly wants bullet train contract deferred in rebuke of project’s current plan