Today, a California Congressman introduced legislation that would finally give pot clubs the smoke break they deserve.
Dana Rohrabacher (R-Huntington Beach) rolled out a new bill that would modify the federal Controlled Substances Act so anyone complying with state marijuana laws, (i.e. pot clubs ... More >>
Gallup, Pew, straw -- whatever poll you take, the result of late is the same: a majority of Americans think marijuana should be legal.
Today's offering is from the Pew Research Center, which has been gauging the public's desire on drug policy since the 1960s. And "for the first time in more than fo ... More >>
The paywall that San Francisco Chronicle flirted with for
years appeared over the weekend, accompanied by a euphemistic
letter from Chron president Mark Adkins. He characterized it as a safe harbor
for the paper's "premium content" (ie, news and columns) "uncluttered" by the
slideshows, celebrity go ... More >>
UC college chicks don't need daddy to pay for school and all those four-year parties anymore, but what they do need are their sugar daddies.
A new study shows that an increasing number of female students from UC Berkeley and UC Davis are tapping sugar daddies for college tuition -- and they have hi ... More >>
I'm not about to pretend that I know how to solve the economic dilemma that the news business finds itself in. I've been studying the matter, and writing about it off and on, for 16 years, and, like everyone, I really don't know. Maybe it will be nonprofits. Maybe paywalls. Maybe micropayments wi ... More >>
Avid Sfgate.com readerIf you've ever been reading SF Gate
comments and had the image of a old man sitting on a porch
wearing long pajamas and brandishing a shotgun, well, you've got some
data to back you up now.According to a new report published by Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence ... More >>