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Fines Over Permits Piling Up For Academy Of Art In San FranciscoIf you live or work in San Francisco, it's hard to miss the Academy of Art.
Uber's High-Powered Global Policy Board Born Amid Legal Battles, Regulation StrugglesAn eight-person global policy board has been assembled by Uber to increase their chances of winning over governments around the world.
Gov. Brown Raises Legal Age To Buy Tobacco To 21The governor of California on Wednesday approved raising the legal age to buy tobacco for smoking, dipping, chewing and vaping from 18 to 21.
Rolling Stones Ask Donald Trump To Stop Using Their MusicThe band said they have not given permission to the Trump campaign to use their songs and "have requested that they cease all use immediately."
NFL Mexican Meat Warning Must Be Hard To Digest For Raiders Returning From Mexico CityJust hours after the Raiders' Fan Fest in Mexico City, the NFL Player's Association sent out a memo warning that eating meat there can lead to positive PED tests.
Feds: North Carolina LGBT Law Violates Civil RightsA North Carolina law limiting protections to LGBT people violates federal civil rights protections and can't be enforced, The U.S. Justice Department said Wednesday.
Massive Wind Farm Project May Be Allowed To Kill Eagles Without Breaking LawThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plans to seek public comments on whether to allow what could be the biggest wind farm in the U.S. to kill a limited number of bald and golden eagles without breaking the law, the agency announced Wednesday.
John Kasich Ends His Presidential CandidacyJohn Kasich ended his presidential bid on Wednesday evening, a day after the only other GOP candidate opposing Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, dropped out of the race after Trump's resounding victory in Indiana.
Donald Trump Gets Diverse Bay Area Support Despite Rhetoric Next month’s California primary will push Trump over the finish line, and clinch the GOP nomination.
California Measure Legalizing Recreational Marijuana Use Headed To November BallotBackers of a marijuana legalization initiative say they have collected enough signatures for the measure to qualify for the California ballot this November.
Gov. Rick Scott Tries To Lure California Companies To Florida With Low Minimum WageFlorida Governor Rick Scott is attempting to lure California companies to Florida by highlighting his state's low minimum wage.
San Francisco Police Chief Cancels Public Appearance After Day Of Protests Against HimSan Francisco police Chief Greg Suhr cancelled a planned public appearance with Public Defender Jeff Adachi Tuesday evening after a day of protests calling for him to leave his job.

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