Kim Raney

California Police Chiefs Association

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Chief of the Covina Police Department and President of the Board of Directors of the California Police Chiefs Association

Kim Raney on KCRW

It's been more than two years since the US Supreme Court gave California just that much time to reduce its prison population to 137.5% of capacity.  Governor Brown says he's done all…

Governor Brown Files Yet Another Appeal

It's been more than two years since the US Supreme Court gave California just that much time to reduce its prison population to 137.5% of capacity.  Governor Brown says he's done all…

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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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Since California voters  approved Medical Marijuana  13 years ago, the legislature has passed a  law  intended to lay out a process for distribution.

LA City Council Takes Up Medical Marijuana Ordinance

Since California voters approved Medical Marijuana 13 years ago, the legislature has passed a law intended to lay out a process for distribution.

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