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California Voters Divided Over Marijuana


California Voters Divided Over Marijuana
Sacramento, CA – A poll by the non-partisan Public Policy Institute of California finds that voters are nearly split on the issue of legalizing marijuana.

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Jamaican PM faces unrest over gang leader’s extradition


Jamaican PM faces unrest over gang leader’s extradition
Prime Minister Bruce Golding called for street barricades to come down so police can move into a Kingston district to arrest a popular, reputed gang leader, as unrest brewed over the man’s possible extradition to the United States.

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California voters split over legalizing marijuana


California voters split over legalizing marijuana
Associated Press – May 20, 2010 3:14 AM ET SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – California voters are divided over an initiative on the November ballot that would legalize marijuana for recreational…

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Portland To Protest Over “Prince of Pot”


Portland To Protest Over “Prince of Pot”
This Saturday, May 22 Portland will be one of 50 cities to protest the extradition of Marc Emery, the so-called “Prince of Pot.” Emery is a 51-year-old Canadian marijuana seed businessman who was extradited from Canada to the United States this week after being arrested for conspiracy to manufacture marijuana in 2005. The Portland protest scheduled for [...]

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KMIR 6 – Palm Springs News, Weather, SportsCalifornia voters split over legalizing marijuana


KMIR 6 – Palm Springs News, Weather, SportsCalifornia voters split over legalizing marijuana
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – California voters are divided over an initiative on the November ballot that would legalize marijuana for recreational use. The Public Policy Institute of California poll out Wednesday found that 49% of likely voters support legalization and 48% oppose it.

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