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We Have an Opening for a Communications Associate

The Equal Justice Society is seeking a communications generalist with strong writing, event management and online social media skills for a short-term contract position compensated at $10,000 for a minimum of three months. (Share this on Facebook and Twitter.) EJS is a national strategy group heightening consciousness on race in the law and popular discourse. Using […]
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Calif. Attorney General Says Prop. 209 Unconstitutional in Some Cases

UPDATE: Article by the San Francisco Chronicle’s Bob Egelko. California State Attorney General Jerry Brown today filed a brief (PDF) with the state Supreme Court today opining that article 1, section 31 of the California Constitution (Prop. 209) is unconstitutional as applied in certain circumstances. The letter brief was filed in response to the Supreme […]
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Calif. Attorney General Says Prop. 209 Unconstitutional in Some Cases

UPDATE: Article by the San Francisco Chronicle’s Bob Egelko. California State Attorney General Jerry Brown today filed a brief (PDF) with the state Supreme Court today opining that article 1, section 31 of the California Constitution (Prop. 209) is unconstitutional as applied in certain circumstances. The letter brief was filed in response to the Supreme […]
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