The severing or even suspension of ties to St. Petersburg by the City of Los Angeles would send a resounding message of support for LGBT human rights from the ninth most economically powerful city in the world that other cities could use as cover to also sever ties.
Distributed by MCT Information Services Perry, 59, who was termed out and ran for mayor this year, has been teaming up with
Some weeks, not much happens in political news, and other weeks it seems like almost too much happens. This was one of the latter types of week.
L.A. Councilman Bill Rosendahl's cancer is in remission -- and he credits medical marijuana for this. Wednesday, in a blog
L.A. Councilman Bill Rosendahl's cancer is in remission and he credits pot. He speaks with Jacob in-studio about meeting Arianna Huffington.
L.A. Councilman Bill Rosendahl's cancer is in remission and he credits pot. Today in a blog post on The Huffington Post, he became the first sitting elected official to detail using pot while in office in hopes he'd further the cause. He sits down and talks with Jacob about it.
Calling cancer an "obstacle," Rosendahl said, "I've never run away from a battle" and vowed to get back to city hall as soon
But, more contentious, is the restrictions, in order to protect competition for east-side vendors, on items that vendors
The Occupy Wall Street movement is barely born and the mainstream media is already in the delivery room... The newborn movement needs breathing space.
New York under Bloomberg and his DOT is remaking itself into a city known for its parks, open space and complete streets philosophy that recognizes the role the roads play for drivers, buses, pedestrians and bikers.