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Mothers Rally Outside DA Dumanis Office to Pressure Her to Support Prop 19 – Marijuana Legalization

October 5, 2010 by Frank Gormlie
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MSNBC has reported that a group of local mothers rallied outside DA Bonnnie Dumanis’ downtown office today to galvanize the district attorney to support Prop 19, the marijuana legalization initiative on November’s ballot. The group, called Moms United to End the War on Drugs, believe that legalization of pot will bring a halt to the waste and violence of this so-called war on drugs.

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Stories From Beyond the Village

February 10, 2010 by Source
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* DA Bonnie Dumanis Threatens Third Judge With Boycott

* Permanent Homeless Shelter On Hold

* San Diego’s Teenager Curfew Law Ruled Illegal

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Is there a medical marijuana patient in the San Diego DA’s office?

November 18, 2009 by Source
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By Eugene Davidovich

Medical cannabis, although legal to use in California, is not as easy to obtain as some may think. Unlike doctor prescribed medication which is readily available at the local pharmacy, medical cannabis is neither recommended nor prescribed, and therefore isn’t available for purchase as a prescription. It requires a different distribution and production method.

To achieve medical grade and maximum therapeutic efficacy, cannabis must be carefully cultivated under strict lighting, watering, and maintenance schedules. Medical cultivation requires both expertise in cultivation and hefty equipment setup costs.

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Media Mash Up: Union-Tribune Circulation Down Again, City Beat Reporter Smokes DA’s Office

November 1, 2009 by Doug Porter
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The decline in U.S. newspaper circulation is accelerating, according to figures released by Audit Bureau of Circulation last week, and our local fishwrap is no exception. The report shows that the Union-Tribune’s circulation has now dropped to 242,705, a -10.05% decrease from the same reporting period (six months ending in September) in 2008. Extrapolating from their media campaign that claims the San Diego daily has 1.15 million readers weekly, that decline could seem to indicate that the U-T has recently lost 115,000 readers. Of course, that’s probably no truer than their inflated readership claims, but it doesn’t seem to bode well for the paper.

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Court in San Diego Medical Marijuana Case Denies Valid Request for Dismissal

September 4, 2009 by Source
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SAN DIEGO – A San Diego County Superior Court today denied medical marijuana patient Donna Lambert’s request for dismissal. Ms. Lambert’s supporters urged District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis not to pursue the case, to uphold the state’s medical marijuana laws and to turn law enforcement’s attention to matters of public safety not politics.

“I’m disappointed at today’s ruling, but I am resolved to fight this egregious case against me,” said Ms. Lambert, who faces seven felony counts for providing medical marijuana to another qualified patient.

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DA Charges Officer White – Off-Duty Cop Who Shot Rachel Silva & Her Son

July 29, 2008 by Staff

KNSD-TV / Tues., July. 29, 2008SAN DIEGO – Charges were filed Tuesday against an off-duty San Diego police officer who shot an 8-year-old boy and his mother during a traffic dispute. District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis made the announcement Tuesday in connection with the March 15 shooting involving Officer Frank White, 28. He was charged with […]

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