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LA County supervisors back plan to tax pot

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| But first, California voters must approve recreational marijuana, and L.A. County voters must approve the 10 percent tax. The money would go to homeless services.

Why the Teamsters changed their stance on legalizing pot

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Campaign records show the California Teamsters donated $25,000 in March to the Coalition for Responsible Drug Policies, an anti-legalization group. Now, they say, they're neutral on the issue.

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California to vote on legalizing recreational marijuana

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An initiative has officially obtained enough signatures to be placed on November's ballot. It would allow adults to possess up to an ounce of marijuana and grow up to six plants for recreational use.

Scientific basis for laws on marijuana and driving impairment questioned

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AAA says it's not possible to set a blood-test threshold for THC—the chemical in marijuana that makes people high—that can reliably determine impairment.

What's next for state's pot ballot measure?

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Come November, voters in California will likely get the chance to decide on whether to make marijuana legal for recreational use.

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What could change if recreational pot is legalized in California

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You won't be able to walk into a supermarket to buy a joint, but you would likely see recreational pot shops in some cities and businesses that deliver to your door.

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Pot legalization carries huge negative public health risks, new UCSF report finds

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An analysis released today by UCSF researchers look at the public health effects of pot legalization in California.

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Highlights from California marijuana legalization measure

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The Adult Use of Marijuana Act is just one of at least a dozen pot legalization measures vying for the November 2016 ballot, but it stands poised to secure significant financial backing.