Sally Clark Says, Part I: Programs like Lyft and UberX just cleared a major legal hurdle in California, but they could still be on the chopping block here, says Clark, the City Council president.
Sally Clark Says, Part II: She blames "conspiracy theories" for muddying the discussion of of a council resolution to condemn Russia's abuses of gays and says she needs more time to "do it right." Come on, Sally! Doing it right means doing it now.
Today in Slaps on the Wrist for Corporate Crime: Halliburton is fined $200,000 for destroying evidence following the 2010 Gulf oil spill, while JP Morgan Chase agrees to pay $920 million for the so-called "London Whale" trades. JP Morgan's stock fell 1.2 percent after the news.