Kris Murray

Anaheim City Council

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Kris Murray on KCRW

Medical marijuana was approved by California voters in 1996, and it's a billion-dollar industry. But state law gives cities the option of either approving dispensaries or banning them.

Dazed and Confused over Orange County's Pot Policies?

Medical marijuana was approved by California voters in 1996, and it's a billion-dollar industry. But state law gives cities the option of either approving dispensaries or banning them.

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Fifty-three percent of the people in Anaheim are Latinos, but there's none on the City Council.

Race and Political Representation in Anaheim

Fifty-three percent of the people in Anaheim are Latinos, but there's none on the City Council.

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