Take Two Evenings for December 10, 2013

Today on the show we'll have an update on the L.A. Sheriff misconduct scandal. Then, we'll talk to the Denver Post's new cannabis editor, we'll look at protests in San Francisco against gentrification from tech giants like Google, and then we'll find out the inside scoop on the hit show Sons of Anarchy from its creator - Kurt Sutter.
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