In her article, California Divorce Ban Gets Approval for Signatures, Hurley reported that John Marcotte, a California father of two, has received a green light from the California Secretary of State to begin gathering signatures to get the California Protection of Marriage Act 2010 on next year’s ballot. If passed, the measure would outlaw divorce in the state of California.
SB 618 provides case management throughout the participant’s sentence and up until 18 months after their release, participants are encouraged to successfully complete their terms of parole and become a viable member of the community.
California American Water is launching a public awareness campaign to remind local residents to turn their sprinklers off - a simple step that can be done when you turn the clock back - to protect the environment while saving water and money during the winter months.
District Five’s Carl DeMaio proposed shelving the downtown library for now, and re-allocating the $60 million earmarked for the library to repay outstanding debts on Petco Park and the Convention Center.
A total of nine servicemen were on board the two aircrafts that collided last night approximately 15-25 miles from San Clemente Island. Rescue teams continue to search for survivors but only debris from the C-130 plane and the Cobra helicopter has been found.
SkyWest employee Gilbert Caldwell works at Palm Springs International Airport and married his partner of 34 years last year. SkyWest maintains a discriminatory travel benefits policy for gay and lesbian employees on SkyWest-operated Delta Connection flights that forces Caldwell to pay a fare for his spouse under a "companion" program designed for friends.
President Barack Obama signed legislation on Wednesday that that formally recognizes the U.S. obligation to withdraw from Iraq and requires the Pentagon to provide quarterly reports on the progress of that withdrawal.
Donald Mathias was charged with one count of conspiring to engage in illicit sexual conduct in a foreign place and traveling in foreign commerce for the purpose of engaging in illicit sexual conduct; six counts of offering to buy a child in order to depict the child in child pornography; six counts of coercion and enticement of a minor to engage in sexual activity; three counts of traveling in foreign commerce for the purpose of engaging in illicit sexual conduct; and four counts of engaging in illicit sexual conduct in a foreign place.
Earlier this week Secretary of the Army John McHugh told an Army Times reporter that it's possible...that homosexuals could be allowed into some occupations or units but barred from others. SLDN respectfully asks Secretary McHugh to amend or clarify his comments by explicitly stating full repeal is the only way to go.
Among consumers scaling back on gifts, most were willing to cut back on buying for themselves, followed by friends and their families, other family members, and coworkers. The family pet, however, is likely to be spared from the budgetary axe.