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Morning Wrap: 6/25/12

Monday, June 25, 2012

U. S. Supreme Court again rejects corporate campaign spending limits, that very expensive South San Francisco ferry, fake citations on cars in Fairfield, more.

  • The Chronicle crunches the numbers on the new South San Francisco-East Bay ferry service and finds a ton of subsidies.
  • The Mercury News gets behind the scenes in San Jose’s priest-beating trial, in which the defense is claiming prosecutorial misconduct.
  • The U. S. Supreme court this morning reaffirmed its decision of two years ago to reject corporate campaign spending limits. AP 
  • Two state appellate court justices may have violated conflict-of-interest rules by hearing a case involving Boeing Co. while owning stock in the company, The Bay Citizen says.
  • Someone is putting fake code enforcement citations on parked vehicles in Fairfield. Bay City News Service

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