The railroad industry’s practice of “flip-flopping” train conductors’ work schedules has caused several deadly train derailments in recent years. California law derails that practice.
In most places, door-to-door salesmen are about as popular as the flu. Here’s what to expect if you plan to go door to door in Santa Monica.
In the wake of the San Bernardino terrorist attack, anti-gun hysteria is once again sweeping California. But some employees are coming to believe in a different kind of gun control: using both hands.
Failing to do your homework can land you in detention. Failing to get a permit to do your homework can land you in detention in county jail. That’s because California’s Industrial Homework Act strictly regulates the archaic, but still existing, practice of “industrial homework.”