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Medical Marijuana Initiative Coming to Anaheim?

It looks like a medical marijuana initiative may be coming to Anaheim next year. A new city political committee was filed with the Anaheim City Clerk on June 12 called “Anaheim Safe Access,” which describes its purpose as being “to implement a plan to provide for the safe and affordable distribution of cannabis to all Anaheim patients in medical need.” ...

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Kris Murray On CA Supreme Court Ruling On Marijuana Dispensaries

In her e-newsletter last week, Anaheim Councilwoman Kris Murray published this column on the state Supreme Court’s ruling on the legality of cities banning medical marijuana dispensaries, and I’ve been meaning to post it here: CA Supreme Court Upholds Cities’ Right to Ban Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Last week, the California Supreme Court ruled in favor of cities’ right to ban ...

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Anaheim Police Assoc: Legalizing Cannabis in Anaheim Helps Law Enforcement, Health & Safety Oversight

The men and women of the Anaheim Police Association who proudly work within the Anaheim Police Department, are dedicated to protecting and serving all people, families, businesses in Anaheim. Each day, they put their lives on the line to serve and protect all from crime.  Whether it is hard core with criminal acts that hurt or steal from those (especially ...

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Sacramento Supervisor: Homelessness Is An Addiction Problem

[Editor’s Note: Sacramento County Supervisor Susan Frost posted this on her Facebook page last week, discussing the results of a work program for the homeless to transition participants to becoming self-reliant, productive members of society. It was a failure. And as Supervisor Frost explains, that failure stemmed from ubiquity of drug and alcohol addiction among the homeless.  Another lesson drawn ...

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Homeless Encampment Cleared From Maxwell Park

Christmas came early for the neighborhoods adjacent to Maxwell Park on Friday morning, as city authorities cleared the homeless encampment that had been growing exponentially during the last few months – reclaiming the park for its proper use by the public. As many as 50 tents clogged the sidewalks on both sides of Broadway, in front of Maxwell Park and ...

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Are Days Numbered For Maxwell Park Homeless Encampment?

The temporary emergency shelter on State College is due to open its doors the morning of December 20. The first order of business is to accommodate those homeless encamped at Maxwell, Twila Reid and La Palma parks.  Homeless people camping at those parks have been outreached to and warned that with the opening of the temporary shelter, the city will ...

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SB 54 “Sanctuary State” Bill: Political Points vs. Public Safety

Councilwoman Lucille Kring has requested the city council vote to send a letter of opposition to SB 54, a bill by Senate President Pro Tem Kevin DeLeon that would make California a “sanctuary state” by forbidding law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration authorities in almost every instance. The council will take up her request at the August 15 city ...

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Josh Newman Recall: OC Democratic Party Official On Video Harassing Gay Republican Volunteer

Video has surfaced of Orange County Democratic Party Vice Chair Jeff LeTourneau verbally abusing a gay Republican gathering signatures to recall Democratic Sen. Josh Newman: The incident took place in front of WalMart in Fullerton in the heart of the 29th Senate District, which Newman represents. LeTourneau, a long-time left-wing Democratic acivists notorious for his volcanic public outbursts, accused recall ...

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