Berkeley, Calif., could become the first city in the country install warning labels on gas pumps. The city council voted late Tuesday to move forward on a plan to festoon the city’s fueling stations with stickers warnings that “burning fuel contributes to global warming,” the Associate Press reports.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has dealt another blow to California’s may-issue concealed carry law. The three judge panel has ruled that California’s attorney general as well as gun control groups may not appeal their original ruling saying the state could not reject applicants for arbitrary reasons.
Stealing a gun or possessing drugs commonly used in date rapes is no longer an arrestable offense in California after the passage of proposition 47. “In most instances, many crimes that were previously “arrestable” as a felony will now only be “citable” as a misdemeanor,” a press release posted on the official Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department Facebook said.
Say what you will about Sandra Fluke, but she was not the worst candidate of the 2014 cycle. Unlike Sean Eldridge, Fluke was humble enough to seek political office at the state level.
Unfortunately, Fluke lost her bid for a seat in the California state Senate. In fact, she was demolished, losing by more than 21 points to fellow Democrat Ben Allen.
Global women’s icon Sandra Fluke failed to avoid a runoff in her race for state senate in California, after coming in second place behind Democratic opponent Ben Allen. Fluke garnered 19.7 percent of the vote to Allen’s 21.9 percent. The two candidates will face off again in November.
Fluke’s failure to win the race outright is a blow to left-wing multi-millionaire filmmaker Michael Moore, who supported her candidacy.