Google in China and Marijuana in California

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The State Supreme Court says there's no legal limit on the amount of medical marijuana patients can possess. Also, plunging tax revenues have LA City officials looking at layoffs and privatizations, and the threat from this week's storms is just about over. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, cyber attacks on Google in China have turned into an international incident with Hillary Clinton calling today for "consequences" and "condemnation."  Is China's government trying to steal Google's secrets?  Is it threatened by the growth of organized activism on the Internet? 

Banner image: Marijuana plants sit on a shelf at a cannabis dispensary in Oakland, California. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images



Warren Olney