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Proposition 19 (California, 2010)

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  • Facebook Co-founder Gives $100K to Pro-pot Measure

    Facebook Co-founder Gives $100K to Pro-pot Measure
    California's ballot measure to legalize marijuana has a new friend: Facebook co-founder Sean Parker has given $100,000 to back the proposal. Parker's donation was reported in Proposition 19 campaign finance filings this week. And he's not the first...
  • From the Back Pew: Let's end the abuse

    From the Back Pew: Let's end the abuse
    This week, I was privileged to attend the second meeting of the Saving Lives Glendale Coalition, of which I am a member. The coalition is working at a time when drug and alcohol abuse is at the forefront of community attention, not just in Glendale, but...
  • School board to oppose statewide marijuana proposition

    The Newport-Mesa Unified School District Board of Education has directed its staff to draft a resolution opposing Proposition 19, a November ballot initiative that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana for adults. John Caldecott, the...
  • New law makes possessing pot like traffic ticket

    New law makes  possessing pot like traffic ticket
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger opposes Proposition 19, which would legalize the recreational use of marijuana, but he offered a consolation Thursday by signing a bill that would downgrade possession of an ounce or less from a misdemeanor to an infraction. SB...
  • New CA Law: An Ounce of Marijuana No More Serious Than Speeding Ticket

    New CA Law: An Ounce of Marijuana No More Serious Than Speeding Ticket
    LOS ANGELES - California voters are one month away from voting on the legalization of marijuana and now a new law makes possessing an ounce of marijuana no more serious than getting a speeding ticket. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill into law...
  • It's A Gray Area: Let's make pot boring

    It is time for us to be realistic and manage the trade and usage of marijuana instead of simply moralizing about it. The honest facts are that today marijuana is the largest cash crop in California (No. 2 is grapes); with illegal dealers there are no...
  • Judge Gray supports Prop. 19

    Legalizing marijuana would put a big dent in drug cartels and free up police, prosecutors and judges to go after violent crimes, a law enforcement group said this week in endorsing Proposition 19, the marijuana legalization measure. Proposition 19's...
  • Political Landscape

    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) addressed everything from terrorist trials to Sacramento shenanigans at a Glendale Kiwanis Club meeting Aug. 28. While the club is used to lighter fare, the six-term Congressman explained his bill inspired by the cases of...
  • Dispensary ban likely to continue

    CITY HALL — A temporary ban on pot dispensaries in Glendale will likely continue after the City Council on Tuesday considers extending the current moratorium. Medical marijuana dispensaries are prohibited under the city's current zoning codes, but...
  • Mailbag: Green chamber won't be competition

    Transition Laguna has accomplished a lot in the year or so it has existed, including the remarkable and very well attended 'Unleashing' this last spring. Walk through Laguna Village and you'll find signs marking Transition "pocket gardens" on nearly every...
  • From the Back Pew: Saturday vs. Sunday Mass

    I would like to thank two colleagues, photographer Raul Roa and sports editor Jeff Tully, for pointing out to me last week that those who do not wish to go to Mass on Sunday but instead wish to watch a major sporting event can indeed go to the Saturday...
  • In Theory: A proposition on marijuana

    Despite criticism from some religious leaders who have called on her to resign her post, Alice Huffman, president of the NAACP's California chapter, said last week that she will not retract her support of an initiative to legalize marijuana in the state,...