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As cities rush to restrict medical marijuana before a March 1 state deadline, it turns out there’s no hurry. The date was an error. An emergency bill to strike the deadline should reach the governor this month, giving cities more time to draft their rules. According to a press release from assemblyman Jim Wood, who […]

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The North County toke board tally changed today, March 18. It’s now City of Oceanside, 3. Pot dispensaries, 0. Oceanside city attorney John Mullen said last week that the future for the two remaining medical marijuana dispensaries in town, Chronic Pain Releaf and So Cal Holistic Health, would be short. Mullen said in an email: […]

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On October 4, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill that legalized “beer bikes” on city streets. He did it while riding in a beer bike — you know, the kind where lots of people can pedal (and drink) on their way to the next bibulous establishment. “It’s true that people were running beer bike […]

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In March 2014, San Diego’s city councilmembers approved the sale and distribution of medical marijuana in designated areas throughout the city. What they didn’t do, however, is address where, or how, dispensary owners should store the marijuana. That question remains unanswered. On October 6, the city attorney’s office issued a memo to San Diego’s director […]

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On January 5, National City officials, residents, and activists had a meeting to consider cannabis cultivation rules within city limits. If cities haven’t established their own rules by March 1, a new law will make the state’s cannabis cultivation rules the default. State law currently allows medical marijuana users and their caregivers to grow cannabis […]

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There’s a stereotypical image of the kind of men who go to prostitutes. But how do they explain paying for sex? Fred and Laura go on walks, take weekend breaks away, amble round markets and often have meals out. They have a laugh together over things they’ve seen on TV. But they can fight and […]

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You can feel the tipping point. It happened with gay marriage in June 2013, when the Supreme Court struck down the law banning federal benefits for married same-sex couples. From that point on, state-sanctioned same-sex marriage was inevitable. You can feel it coming with legalized marijuana. Penalties for simple possession have gone from life imprisonment […]

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