Laws in five California cities that regulate mobile billboards were upheld by a federal appeals court Thursday in the face of First Amendment challenges. One
The Los Angeles city ban on digital billboards was reinstated by a state appeals court Thursday, the latest defeat for sign owners in a round
An Army Sergeant, who claimed the movie “Hurt Locker” was based on his experiences in Iraq without his consent, has lost his appeal Wednesday seeking
A prohibition-era law that barred alcohol makers from paying retailers and bars to advertise their wares may be doomed under an appellate ruling that gives
California voters will finally get to tell Congress how they feel about the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United ruling allowing unlimited independent campaign contributions.
Faith-based pregnancy centers lost a court bid to withhold information that California provides free or low-cost abortion, family planning and prenatal care for poor women.