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Associated PressOakland marijuana activists fresh off their victory at local polls have taken the first step toward asking all California voters to legalize pot. The ballot measure they filed Tuesday with the California attorney general's office would allow adults 21...
Tags: Elections, Voting, Medical Marijuana Therapy, Health, Referenda
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Oakland residents overwhelmingly voted Tuesday to approve a first-of-its kind tax on medical marijuana sold at the city's four cannabis dispensaries. Preliminary election results showed the measure passing with 80 percent of the vote,...
Associated PressA drug deal plays out, California-style: A conservatively dressed courier drives a company-leased Smart Car to an apartment on a weekday afternoon. Erick Alvaro hands over a white paper bag to his 58-year-old customer, who inspects the bag to ensure that...
Tags: Crimes, Death, Local Government, Employees, Health
Staff reporterJunior Richard Lee birdied each of his final three holes to help the University of Washington men's golf team clinch a berth in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships at Inverness Course on Thursday. Lee's two-under-par 69 was the best round of...
Staff reporterThe No. 4 Washington Husky men's golf team will make its ninth NCAA Championship in ten years after a runner-up performance at the Central Regional on Saturday. "We're going to nationals," said UW coach Matt Thurmond. "And that's awesome. Our first...
Staff reporterSevere weather tore through western Kentucky Friday, causing multiple postponements and finally the suspension of the second round of the NCAA Central Regional with the entire field on the Club at Olde Stone course. "The storm right after we went back...
FRESNO, Calif. -- The No. 15 Huskies finished a tournament atop the score board for the second time in the 2008-09 season after winning the Fresno State Lexus Golf Classic on Tuesday. The Huskies closed out the victory by shooting a final round, 7-...
Tags: United Way
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe new prices in the small, tatty shop went up a few weeks ago, scrawled on scraps of blue cardboard beneath the broken plastic clock. Some villagers stared in silent shock. Others wanted to know why the price of everything had increased. The shop...
Tags: United Nations, Social Issues, Death, South Africa, Poverty
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