• John Do, senior attorney at the ACLU of Northern California, gave a statement following this morning's Supreme Court decision on homeless encampment enforcement, vowing to continue the litigation against San Francisco. "Today’s shameful decision guts a key civil rights protection for unhoused people, but it will not derail our lawsuit against San Francisco, which has policies and an ordinance requiring the city to offer shelter before clearing encampments." [KRON4]
  • Oakland Mayor Sheng Thao has a new lawyer, veteran federal prosecutor turned white collar defense attorney Jeffrey Tsai. Thao parted ways with local attorney Tony Brass on Monday after giving that fiery speech, and began working with Tsai, who once prosecuted former presidential candidate John Edwards. [Chronicle]
  • After giving a rousing rally in Atlanta, President Biden went to New York City today to appear outside the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village, acknowledging the riots that gave birth to the LGBTQ civil rights movement. Biden attended the opening of the new Stonewall National Monument Visitor Center, and said in a post on Xitter, "55 years ago at the Stonewall Inn in New York, brave LGBTQI+ individuals did just that and formed a movement that would transform our nation." [CBS News]
  • Bay Area pizzaiolo Tony Gemignani can add another award to his collection: He won the #1 Pizza of the Year title from the 50 Top Pizza USA 2024 for his vegan Impossible Pizza. Tony's Pizza Napoletana also go the #2 ranking for Best Pizzeria behind New York's (formerly SF's) Una Pizza Napoletana, from this Italy-based pizza organization. [Bay Area News Group]
  • The San Diego Zoo has gotten its pandas. [Bay Area News Group]
  • The Supreme Court is expected to rule in the Trump immunity case on Monday. [ABC 7]

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