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Fresno Medical Marijuana News Edition Date November 23, 2014
SF Gate - November 17th, 2014
After this month’s election, just one piece of the West Coast remained unwelcoming to recreational pot: California. But with voters in Oregon and Alaska legalizing the use and sale of marijuana — joining Washington and Colorado in inviting retail spreads of cannabis-infused teas and brownies and joints — advocates see fresh momentum behind the slow shift in how the public regards the green stuff and those who enjoy it.

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CBS San Francisco - November 17th, 2014
California Attorney General Kamala Harris says the legalization of marijuana in the Golden State is inevitable. Harris, a Democrat told BuzzFeed News she is not opposed to the legalization of marijuana, adding “I’m the top cop, and so I have to look at it from a law enforcement perspective and a public safety perspective.”

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California Healthline - November 6th, 2014
Proponents of a ballot measure that would have increased the cap on pain-and-suffering awards in malpractice lawsuits and required random drug testing for doctors say they will continue to push for changes, the Sacramento Business Journal reports.

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East Bay Express - November 6th, 2014
Washington, DC; Alaska; and Oregon legalized cannabis Tuesday night, leaving everyone wondering, "What the heck is wrong with California?" The Golden State led the way in medical marijuana in 1996, and is the nation's largest domestic producer of the crop.

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The Fresno Bee - November 5th, 2014
SANTA ANA, Calif. — Californians are eager to tax medical marijuana, but they want limits on who can grow it and sell it. That was the message from Tuesday's voting, as backers of nearly two dozen local medical marijuana-related ballot questions tallied the votes.

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SF Gate - November 5th, 2014
SEATTLE (AP) — Marijuana advocates, fresh off victories for legal recreational pot in Oregon, Alaska and the nation's capital, are already preparing for their next target, and it's a big one: California.

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California NORML - November 5th, 2014
California voters at the local level continue to favor taxing marijuana, but aren’t sure the want to see it grown, or sold. On a night when Washington DC, Oregon and Alaska voted for adult legalization measures, and 57% of Florida voters approved medical marijuana (falling short of the 60% needed in that state), Californians voted by 58.5% to approve Proposition 47, a measure to defelonize drug possession.

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Los Angeles Times - November 5th, 2014
Here is a breakdown of some big issues facing California cities and counties and how they fared in Tuesday's election:

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CBS Los Angeles - November 5th, 2014
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Democratic Attorney General Kamala Harris snapped up a second term as California’s top attorney Tuesday after a lopsided race against a little-known Republican challenger.

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Los Angeles Times - November 5th, 2014
Here is a breakdown of some big issues facing California cities and counties and how they fared in Tuesday's election:

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LA Weekly - November 5th, 2014
It might not have been a fruitful election for President Obama and his fellow Democrats, but one faction of lefties and libertarians had a banner day: We're talking about drug-decriminalization supporters.

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Drug Policy Forum of California - November 4th, 2014
Gov. Jerry Brown has posted a mixed record as Governor. To the disappointment of many fans, he dismissed calls for marijuana legalization with derogatory comments about "unproductive potheads."

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The San Diego Union-Tribune - November 4th, 2014
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Democratic Attorney General Kamala Harris spent her first term fighting cross-border gangs and cybercrime and helping negotiate a nationally acclaimed bank settlement with mortgage lenders.

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The Daily Beast - November 4th, 2014
A judge in California is examining the legality of America’s marijuana laws, she may be on the verge of throwing the entire system into chaos. Three states, one district, and two cities will vote on various aspects of the nation’s drug laws on Tuesday but the most crucial marijuana decision being weighed in the coming days will be made by just one person. U.S. District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller could be about to start a legal revolution.

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SF Gate - November 4th, 2014
In a surprise case with far-reaching ramifications and global symbolism, a federal judge in California will review evidence this week as part of a defense motion to declare the government’s 40 year-old war on marijuana unconstitutional.

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