The Calabasas City Council repealed an ordinance last week that prohibits day laborers from standing on the side of the street to look for work.
The decision came almost a year after a federal ruling that struck down a similar law in Redondo Beach.
In September 2011, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the city’s law preventing day laborers from gathering on street corners in search of work was unconstitutional because it regulated “significantly more speech than is nec...
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