California Issues Recreational Marijuana Licenses to Local Dispensaries
The state issued the first few licenses to sell recreational marijuana beginning in January. One of those businesses is in Santa Cruz and Maria Medinat talked with the firm's founder on Friday. (12-15-17)

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Lawmaker Aims To Protect America's Vulnerable GPS Satellite SystemAn attack on America's GPS system could cripple infrastructure and topple our economy. Kiet Do talked to a lawmaker whose plan would backup the system and prevent such an attack.
Monday Night Forecast With Paul DeannoRain on the way.
CVS To Stop Photoshopping Models In Cosmetics Ads By 2019Retail giant CVS will no longer alter marketing materials for its makeup ads. Andrea Nakano tells us why.

Small Business

At Issue: Expanding Rent Control in CaliforniaAn effort to expand rent control died Thursday in a legislative committee after hours of testimony from hundreds of landlords and renters. Phil Matier discusses the future of rent control with state assemblyman David Chiu (D-S.F.). (1-14-18)
Santa Cruz Company Targets Electric Skateboard at Solo Urban CommutersKyle Doerksen, with Future Motion Inc in Santa Cruz, was inspired by a love of snowboarding to create an electric vehicle that's about as small as it can get. KPIX 5's Kiet Do took the "Onewheel" for a spin. (1-11-18)
San Francisco Pot Sales Slow to Get StartedA day before recreational marijuana sales begin in San Francisco, there is still confusion over the permitting process and exactly who has the approval to sell. Susie Steimle reports. (1-5-18)

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Lawmaker Aims To Protect America's Vulnerable GPS Satellite SystemAn attack on America's GPS system could cripple infrastructure and topple our economy. Kiet Do talked to a lawmaker whose plan would backup the system and prevent such an attack.
Monday Night Forecast With Paul DeannoRain on the way.
CVS To Stop Photoshopping Models In Cosmetics Ads By 2019Retail giant CVS will no longer alter marketing materials for its makeup ads. Andrea Nakano tells us why.

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