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    California Attorney General Rob Bonta and California Secretary of State Shirley N. Weber, Ph.D. filed a lawsuit against the city of Huntington Beach challenging its voter identification (voter ID) law, Measure A, which amended the city’s charter to purportedly allow the city to impose voter ID requirements at the polls for all municipal elections starting ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Plans to stop Black History Month, Hispanic heritage, Women’s heritage, Pride and other heritage events went over like a lead balloon recently when Huntington Beach city council voted 4-3 to shift official celebrations to its other accomplishments, like the Revolutionary War and discovery of oil. Under community pressure, the city has since ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Back and forth litigation in the City of Huntington Beach has advocates pressuring the city into compliance to provide more affordable housing units, or risk triggering costly penalties and fines for violating the state’s Housing Element law. Following the state’s lawsuit against the city earlier this year, the city attorney filed its ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Bucking the system may cost more in the long run for Huntington Beach, which is now fighting for an ordinance against developing more affordable housing, and putting the city in line for potential fines or a lawsuit from the state. So far, the city has received two letters, one from Attorney General ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Rumors on the street before last weekend’s KKK-sponsored White Lives Matter rally in Huntington Beach was that Tory Johnson’s Black Lives Matter organization would show up with guns, looking to start trouble. It’s precisely those kinds of lies that can cost more lives. He was so concerned that he contacted the Huntington ...