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California Psychedelic

California Climbs Aboard the Psychedelic Spaceship

The state of California is joining its own cities of Oakland and Santa Cruz and a host of other cities and states across the country in introducing a bill to the state legislature to decriminalize certain psychedelics. 

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Can Gamestop Be Stopped? And Should It Be?

For those of you, like me, who never heard of them before this past week (okay, so my interests are a little more singular) GameStop is an American video game, consumer electronics, and gaming merchandise retailer.

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LA’s Head Prosecutor is On the Right Side of the Law and Morality

It’s been a month since the Association of Deputy District Attorneys of Los Angeles (ADDA) filed suit against LA County DA, George Gascón because of new policies put in place to lower the over-crowding of jails caused by sentencing enhancements and strict parole policies.

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UCLA Gets Grant for Mass Incarceration Library

Lytle Hernandez is no stranger to the history of incarceration. Her most recent book “City of Inmates: Conquest, Rebellion, and the Rise of Human Caging in Los Angeles 1771–1965” lays out a bleak history that has led to Los Angeles hosting the largest jail population in the United States, and most likely the world.

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Tag, You’re Infected! Covid and Prisons

How well is the population within the criminal justice system protected from Covid19? I was asked to ‘do a covid in prison update’ and as I sat down to write I asked myself what does that even mean?

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