Tomorrow morning, the Supreme Court will file its opinion in City and County of San Francisco v. Regents of the University of California.  (Briefs here; oral argument video here.)

This will be the first opinion for an April calendar case.  After tomorrow, there will be five undecided April cases and three regular filing days left within the 90-day period.

The issue in the San Francisco case is whether a charter city can require state universities that operate paid parking lots within the city to comply with an ordinance that requires parking lot operators to collect from their customers and remit to the city a tax on the fee charged for a parking space.

Second District, Division Five, Court of Appeal Justice Lamar Baker is sitting pro tem on the case in place of recused Justice Joshua Groban.

The opinion can be viewed tomorrow starting at 10:00 a.m.