SAN JOSE (KCBS) – Time is running out in San Jose for opponents of a new pot club ordinance to get a referendum on the ballot.
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“The good news is we’ve collected over 60,000 signatures. The bad news is, over half of them have been invalid,” said All-American Cannabis Club owner Dave Hodges. “So we’re running at about a 50 percent validity rate.”