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Thursday, 30 August 2012

Thursday, August 30, 2012
Medical marijuana patients in Los Angeles can exhale a sigh of relief. At least for now.

LA's marijuana dispensary ban, which was set to go into effect in one week, has been temporarily suspended after patients and supporters delivered 50,000 signatures to force a referendum on the ban, the city clerk's office told The Huffington Post Thursday.
Should In-N-Out Have A Veggie Burger Option?
Heads Are Rolling At LAPD Over Shocking Surveillance Footage
It's Been A Juicy Summer
IS IT THE TRAFFIC? Why Dodger Fans Leave Early
Lucas Kavner: Mitt Romney And The Arts: How He Plans To Gut Federal Funding
2012-08-28-scblog2.pngIn a recent interview, Mitt Romney said cutting all federal funding for the National Endowment for the Arts, PBS, and NPR would be a "focus" of his administration.
Leila Monroe: California Can Lead the Nation in Fighting Plastic Bags
One city and county at a time, millions of Californians have taken a stand to help stop plastic bags from polluting our beaches, clogging our creeks, killing marine life and burdening tax payers and local governments.
David Hume Kennerly: On the Death Of Malcolm Browne (PHOTOS)
Once you're seen a world-class news photograph, it's hard, if not impossible, to get that image out of your mind. If television brought the Vietnam War into your living room, it was the still photo that took it to your soul.
Teach Plus: California Legislature Goes for the Jugular on Obama's Education Goals
California's economy continues to struggle to the extent that some teachers have been warned that they face an unprecedented 20 furlough days later this year.
Bill Bush: The Power of the Single Eye: This Artweek.LA (August 27, 2012)

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