John Hoeffel

Los Angeles Times

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Reporter and former state editor for the Los Angeles Times

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Early in the Obama administration, Attorney General Eric Holder said that even though marijuana use is against federal law,  medical marijuana would be no problem  in states where it…

The Crackdown on Medical Marijuana: Prohibition Revisited?

Early in the Obama administration, Attorney General Eric Holder said that even though marijuana use is against federal law, medical marijuana would be no problem in states where it…

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The City of Oakland got a jump on the rest of California last night by  authorizing four industrial facilities  to grow and package marijuana.

California Weighs Marijuana Legalization

The City of Oakland got a jump on the rest of California last night by authorizing four industrial facilities to grow and package marijuana.

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Secretary of State Deborah Bowen has certified for November's ballot a  measure  to permit Californians 21 and over to grow and/or possess an ounce of marijuana.

California Voters to Decide Whether to Legalize Marijuana

Secretary of State Deborah Bowen has certified for November's ballot a measure to permit Californians 21 and over to grow and/or possess an ounce of marijuana.

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