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News, Chem Tales Clearing the Air: San Francisco Doesn't Want to Be Bothered by Drug Reform

Clearing the Air: San Francisco Doesn't Want to Be Bothered by Drug Reform

This is not a weed-friendly town. Don't get it twisted — there is plenty of marijuana in San Francisco. There are two dozen "pot stores" with city licenses ready to sell lab-tested, medical grade cannabis, with scores more grow-houses lurking…
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News, The Snitch Mexico City May Be Next to Beat California to Marijuana Legalization

Mexico City May Be Next to Beat California to Marijuana Legalization

Nobody is pleased with the current status of drug reform in California -- not the courts, which have put the state on notice to drain its overcrowded prisons; not police and prosecutors, who complain of vague rules that are hard…
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News, Feature Growing Conditions: Marijuana Makes the Leap to Big Business. Will California Follow?

Growing Conditions: Marijuana Makes the Leap to Big Business. Will California Follow?

Vicente Fox is losing daylight. And as the sun slips away over the dome of San Francisco City Hall, the former president of Mexico is also losing his patience. About 45 minutes have gone by since Fox and his…
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News, Matt Smith

Intended Consequences

Despite a strenuous workout that involved eliminating the Redevelopment Agency, leasing out 118 light-rail cars, banning big-box stores, tightening rent control, and approving two condo buildings, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors somehow found the energy last week to pass…
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