University of California, Irvine, political scientist Louis DeSipio said while charter
cities that want to stop complying with S.B. 54 could try to do so, the situation
might get complicated. "I think they could assert that, yes," DeSipio said. "Someone
could contest that because there isn't a formal ruling yet. What's more likely is
the state is going to want a consistent and enforceable standard across the state."
Which, he said, will likely mean the state will seek a stay on the ruling so that
cities would need to comply with the law while state appeals the ruling.
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