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  • Gov. Brown gives cities more time to restrict or ban pot farms

    Gov. Brown gives cities more time to restrict or ban pot farms

    Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday gave cities and counties more time to develop local regulations on the commercial growing of medical marijuana, amid concern that a March 1 deadline had many rushing to ban cultivation. Last year, Brown signed into law a system that will regulate, license and tax those...

  • 'We can't be bystanders to bigotry': Obama visits American mosque

    'We can't be bystanders to bigotry': Obama visits American mosque

    First came an honor guard of Muslim Boy Scouts proudly carrying a U.S. flag. Then a rousing Pledge of Allegiance from hundreds of Muslim Americans. Then an introduction from a Muslim college student, wearing a hijab over her head, who wants to be a doctor. The symbolism was unmistakable Wednesday...

  • Republican Rand Paul drops out of presidential race

    Republican Rand Paul drops out of presidential race

    Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), whose libertarian message was once seen as a powerful match for voter unrest, is dropping out of the presidential race, his spokesman confirmed Wednesday. Paul built a grass-roots base stemming from the legacy of his father, former Rep. Ron Paul of Texas, but failed to gain...

  • Marco Rubio's Goldilocks strategy

    Marco Rubio's Goldilocks strategy

    This should be Marco Rubio's moment. The Florida senator achieved an impressive third-place finish in the Iowa caucuses, behind Ted Cruz and Donald Trump. Third place may not sound like much, but Rubio outperformed his poll numbers handily and finished only a hair behind Trump. That was enough...

  • Quake early warning system gets $3.6 million, but it's still a long way from goal

    Quake early warning system gets $3.6 million, but it's still a long way from goal

    With officials still struggling to find money to create an earthquake early warning system for the West Coast, a private foundation, Intel Corp. and an arm of Amazon.com Inc. said they will pitch in money or other support, officials said at a White House summit Tuesday. But there’s still not enough...

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