A Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Friday struck down another attempt to block an L.A. city ordinance that will essentially shut down most of the medical marijuana dispensaries in town. The closures are set to begin -- mostly voluntarily -- Monday. Judge James C. Chalfant stated that the ... More >>
A flier for an event at Organica.A Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Tuesday ordered the embattled Organica medical marijuana dispensary in the city's Del Rey neighborhood to stop selling pot.
Councilman Ed Reyes: No can do.Los Angeles City Councilman Ed Reyes says the city isn't like to see a law limiting the city's burgeoning medical marijuana trade until next year. While that's less than a month away, it's another sign that the City Council doesn't have the fortitude to grapple ... More >>
FoxMoses Griffin.At this point Moses himself could descend from the mountaintops with a declaration that thou shalt not sell freakin' pot in retail storefronts and the Los Angeles City Council would move ahead with its ordinance to allow cash-for-marijuana in L.A. This week a superior court ... More >>
The L.A. Times reports that Superior Court Judge James Chalfant has blocked plans by the teachers union to walk out Friday. A one-day strike had been called by United Teachers L.A. to protest pending layoffs, in spite of a no-strike contract the membership recently ratified.Noting that Chalfant had ... More >>
Is City Hall corrupt, or just inept?
Their sanitized "inventories" omit long-sought illegal billboard info
The judge says L.A.'s thousands of billboards are hardly a trade secret
Recently, reporter Christine Pelisek asked the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety for a list of all legal and illegal billboards in L.A. - an embarrassing document that will show the public all 11,000 "points of blight" allowed on local streets by City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo, Mayo ... More >>
Two years ago, a group of Locke High School students demanded something they weren't gettingó an education. They got one, all right.