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Prop 19 Fails to Pass in California

(The Huffington Post)

LOS ANGELES — California voters said no thanks to a ballot initiative that would have made it the first state to legalize marijuana for recreational use and sales.

Proposition 19, rejected Tuesday, would have made it legal for adults 21 and over to possess up to an ounce of marijuana, smoke the drug in nonpublic places and grow it in private plots.

The proposed law also would have authorized local governments to permit commercial pot cultivation and sales.

Proponents pitched the measure as a source of tax revenue and a sensible experiment for reducing marijuana-related arrests and crime.



Legal News Headlines 4.27.2010

Legal News Headlines for 4/27/2010



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Supreme Court  to review video game law in California
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Legal Headline News 2.26.2010

Health Care summit begins

E-Verify misses more than half of illegal immigrants

California "No Cussing"

Dannon $45 million false advertising settlement

Minnesota man in prison for vehicular manslaughter in a Toyota has his case re-examined


Legal Headline News 2/18/2010

Amgen and Johnson & Johnson must do more to publicize the risks of thier anemia drugs to cancer patient.

Toyota customers joining class action over plunging blue book values

California cutting prison costs by laying off rehabilitation workers

Pope urges Irish clergy to be honest in sex abuse scandal

Regulators say Kellogg needs to go farther in addressing contamination problems with Eggo Waffles


Chris Brown and Rihanna in Court

Chris Brown is due in court June 22, but he won’t be the only superstar in the room. Rihanna will also make an appearance.

Attorneys for the two singers were in a Los Angeles courtroom today (May 28)for a scheduled hearing in Brown’s ongoing felony assault case. Brown isbeing charged for allegedly attacking Rihanna in the wee hours of February 8, the morning of the 51st annual Grammy Awards.

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