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Every Wednesday until Election Day on November 6th, Your Call will host a special second hour at 11am. Each week Rose Aguilar and guests will discuss California's crucial races, propositions, and regional measures.

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DEA looks at reclassifying cannabis … Grownups just say no … Harborside leaves Oregon … “Heavy users = losers” … Events, opinion and more.

LEGALIZATION & LEGISLATION

DEA to consider reclassification of cannabis by mid-year // Huffington Post

Cannabis News Roundup: 07.03.15

Jul 3, 2015
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Marijuana “sucking rivers dry”… Oregon’s recreational law: it’s complicated… Are delivery services legal?  Kosher cannabis… and more.

LEGALIZATION & LEGISLATION

Cannabis News Roundup: 01.16.15

Jan 16, 2015
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California legalization far from certain… All Vallejo dispensaries ordered closed… Pomo tribe plans cannabis plantation… Brazil approves CBD… Two Oregon Ducks banned from playoff… and more.

LEGALIZATION

Cannabis News Roundup: 06.06.14

Jun 6, 2014
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Feinstein: "rouge dispensaries" would benefit from new bill… Washington state lawsuit could have wide implications … The graying of Harborside… Big Tobacco watches and waits… Health news… Maureen Dowd’s bad trip… and more.

LEGALIZATION


Tom Eure/Harvey Milk Archives, Gay & Lesbian Center, San Francisco Public Library

Harvey Milk in His Own Words, and Why Dan White Killed Milk and Mayor George Moscone.  On tonight's call-in edition of Out in the Bay, meet journalist Mike Weiss and publisher Vince Emery. Weiss' book Double Play: The Hidden Passions Behind the Double Assassination of George Moscone & Harvey Milk is a gripping account of why Dan White did it and a riveting look at the modern history of San Francisco politics.

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Everyone acknowledges that San Francisco is different. Maybe that’s why there are so many songs about the city by the bay.  So many, in fact, that it’s perhaps the only city in the country – and maybe the world – with not one, but two official songs.