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Reader Input: Woodworker broke rules

Lake of the Pines Association hereby provides this statement in defense of the accusations by Dennis Kocher that Lake of the Pines Association is discriminating against him because ...

Reader Input: When religion, reform collide

In Columbia, Mo., 2008, (President) Obama said, “Now Mizzou, I have two words for you tonight: five days. … We are five days from fundamentally transforming the United ...

Attorney lining his pockets

Well, once again Scott Johnson has been busy hitting up our Placer County businesses (Weimar Country Store struggles to stay open,” Journal, March 22). I am outraged on how this ...

Who benefits from ADA lawsuits?

Who cannot, by now, legitimately question the motives of this attorney who launches all these essentially frivolous lawsuits against small businesses (Weimar Country Store struggle ...

Our View: Access and education are needed

It’s a tale of two struggles. The Americans with Disabilities Act has been in existence since 1990. Its ultimate goal of creating access for all, especially those with disabilit ...

ADA attorney belongs in flats

As a senior recovering from broken hip surgery and then replacement surgery, I must be extremely careful where I walk. The allegations against Machado Orchards by the ADA attorney ...

ADA lawsuits gouge public

In reference to the ADA lawsuits (Journal, Aug. 24): I am, along with other businesses, the victims of these lawsuits. At present there are three businesses in City of Davis being ...

Put money toward building

Regarding the ADA laws: Instead of paying to settle with attorney Scott Johnson or paying to fight him, why don’t the building owners simply pay to make the necessary changes to ...

Attorney harms ADA intention

I find the doings of the attorney using the ADA laws abhorrent (Journal, July 10). The intent of the organization has its merits, but now this yahoo attorney is giving them a reput ...

ADA attorney in it for himself

Scott Johnson, aka defender of Americans with Disabilities Act and perhaps a lawyer isn’t interested in helping persons with disabilities. He is clearly in it for himself. This h ...

Community Portrait: Attorney stages concerts for those in the know

John Paulsen spends his days as a high-powered Auburn attorney in a law practice he established in 1975. In 1979, Paulsen limited his practice exclusively to family law, becoming ...

Paul Chamberlain, last in family’s 122-year line of Auburn lawyers, dead at 87

Paul Chamberlain, last in the line of a family of lawyers practicing in Auburn since 1888, has died at 87. Chamberlain, a lifelong Auburn resident who had practiced law in the cit ...

Retired attorney uses "pamphlet power" to fight death penalty

Newcastle’s Paul Comiskey is hoping a small pamphlet will have a big impact on people’s views regarding the death penalty. The retired defense attorney and former Jesuit pries ...