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L.A. marijuana cases set to be dismissed

According to Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón, Los Angeles County is set to dismiss about 60,000 marijuana convictions in the upcoming months. The final step is to consider damages caused by narcotics enforcements before California voted to decriminalize marijuana.

Pending state law would end use of misleading recycling symbols

A pending law, which would prohibit the deceptive use of recycling symbols and green terms such as recyclable or environmentally friendly on containers that are not truly green, was approved by state legislators this month and is expected to be signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom soon.

Money spent on recall could have been better used

Now that Gavin Newsom has taken back the reins from what could have been the end of his career as governor of California, residuals from the process have become more apparent as the expenditures of the recall election become more clear.

Eviction moratorium end could cause housing catastrophe

The eviction moratorium in California is set to end Sept. 30 with no plan to extend it, putting many at risk of eviction during a pandemic.

COVID vaccination should be mandatory for high school students

The lack of COVID-19 vaccinations among high school students in California is disappointing. While 69% of all Californians have received at least one dose, according to USAFacts, that number is only 9.45% for 12-17 year olds.

Here’s how to vote in the recall election

The recall election for Gov. Gavin Newsom has become a critical election for the citizens of California as it will determine the future of the state in multiple ways. 

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