california drug reform
"It represents a willingness by California's government to begin to undo a litany of failed drug laws that we have put into
California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) vetoed a bill on Saturday to reduce the penalty for offenders caught for simple drug possession.
Leno said his bill would have helped Brown meet the federal court order. "Brown's veto message was a bit of a fig leaf," Leno
Nearly 20 percent of whites have used cocaine, compared with 10 percent of blacks and Latinos, according to a 2011 survey
Current California law mandates that certain drugs be charged as either misdemeanors or felonies, while others are categorized
According to Intersections South LA, Lt. Gov. Newsom said in his remarks that California is "a state of dreamers, of doers