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- Marijuana: Why research disregards benefits of pot and other drugs, focuses on harm
- Marijuana: If you think Big Tobacco was bad, wait till you get a whiff of Big Marijuana
- McManus: Battle for the soul - and brain - of the Senate is in full swing
- Will: L.A.’s loopy idea: Paying people to vote
- Recording devices prove to be a cop's good friend
The world has not been turned upside down; at least not the world I knew growing up in middle-class Liberton on the southside of Edinburgh in the 1940s and ’50s.
Few scientists admit publicly what we all know and the data has shown for decades: The overwhelming majority of people who use drugs do so without any problems. For example, different studies show that between 75 and 90 percent will never become addicted.
What is it about roundabouts that cause so many to get into a tizzy?
On Saturday, Sean McGlynn, former deputy city manager of El Paso, Texas, became the new city manager of Santa Rosa.
Given these realities, the university is asking voters once again to help by approving Measure H, a $410 million bond measure on the Nov. 4 ballot. We encourage voters to say yes.
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