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Robin Abcarian

Robin Abcarian is a columnist at the Los Angeles Times. Focusing mostly on California culture, news and politics, she roams the Golden State, reporting stories that help readers understand what makes this place unique. Over the past year, she has devoted many columns to helping readers understand the complex issues they would have to consider as they made up their minds about whether to legalize cannabis for adult recreational use. Abcarian has held many positions at The Times. She covered the 2004, 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns full time, and wrote occasionally about the 2016 campaign. As a culture writer for the paper’s Calendar section, she has covered the Oscars, the Emmys and the Sundance Film Festival. For most of the 1990s, she was a columnist for The Times’ feature section, before becoming its editor in 2003.
Rich dude with more money than sense launches another campaign to break California up

He tried to pull this on California four years ago. Back then, the plan was to break the great state of California into six states. Like a bad penny, Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper is back. Only this time, he wants to break the state into three pieces, instead of six.

El gran experimento del cannabis en California continúa avanzando

El 4/20 evolucionó de un ritual de escuela secundaria del Área de la Bahía, al día más importante del año para los amantes del cannabis.

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