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  • ... with judges knocking down the existing moratorium, the city attorney threatening a crackdown, and the city council ready to act ... and the city council ready to act on a new wave of restrictions. ...
  • ... the most interesting perspectives on what's happening from voices and outlets both well-known and obscure. ... Chamber of Commerce chief Leonard Read , and former SoCal Edison exec William Mullendore ), and Gun Control on Trial ...
  • Certain elements of the new medical marijuana ordinance have the medical pot ... [scald=23785:kl_image_original_context] The City Council finally voted on its very long-debated new ordinance regulating ... ordinance voted on today. See past City of Angles blogging on the medical pot issue here and here . The ...
  • A city initiative that would apparently allow continued operation of about 100 medical marijuana shops in Los Angeles is significantly closer to ...
  • The City Clerk today gave a group of medical marijuana proponents a green light to gather signatures for a ...
  • ... Los Angeles D.A. Steve Cooley, after years of indecision the part of the City Council as to how to legally manage the medical pot distribution ...
  • After weeks of debate over how many will be allowed, L.A . City Council again failed to vote on new regulations for marijuana ... but not to become public nuisances. City of Angles has done much previous blogging on L.A.'s medical pot wars, ...
  • ... by the Cato Institute . TTLA joins the rest of the KCET.org blog crew in welcoming to the site Brian Doherty and his City of Angles political journal. TTLA in ...
  • The L.A . City Council today took an initial step to place a third medical marijuana initiative before voters on the May 21 municipal ... One would allow an unlimited number of storefront dispensaries that are certain distance from schools, parks ...
  • Lots of reporting - besides our own - on LA's medical marijuana clinics. A little summary of what people ... makes an argument for legalizing pot . She thinks the City Attorney and the County DA should focus on more pressing issues, rather ...

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