Top News of the Day in the OC

Garden Grove Buddhist temple, city make their case (Register) Buddhists want to hold temporary services while zoning lawsuit moves ahead.

Once unified, recall groups are split (Register) Opinion is divided whether a division in CUSD recall forces will help incumbent trustees.

Mailer targets immigrants (Register and Times) State Attorney General Bill Lockyer has launched what he calls an “aggressive” investigation into a mysterious mailer sent to Latino voters in Orange County warning them it’s illegal for immigrants to vote.

Lawyer: Take priest off county panel (Register) A lawyer for victims of priest pedophiles on Monday called for the removal of Monsignor John Urell’s re-nomination to a public board because of the priest’s “unforgivable conduct” during the sexual abuse scandal. Urell was nominated by Supervisor Bill Campbell.

Conservative Counterweight to ACLU Sets Up Shop in Orange County (Times) Dana Parsons: Pacific Justice Institute president is eager for legal battles.

Nonlethal weapons are focus of O.C. grand jury probe (Register) In response to a request from the Orange County Grand Jury, the county’s 21 police agencies and the Orange County’s Sheriff’s Department are taking stock of their arsenals of less-than-lethal and nonlethal weapons


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