Prop Zero Links: Thursday, July 8

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Implications of Legalized Pot: The price, taxes and consumption issues -- a new Rand Corp study takes a look at what Prop 19 might mean for the state. [SF Gate]

Boxer Talks Jobs, Fiorina: Sen. Barbara Boxer ends her nine-city tour of California in Palo Alto. She talked about her job creation plan and her rival. [Oakland Tribune]

Poll Shows Close Race: The two Senate candidates are in a tight race, according to a new Field Poll. [Calitics]

California's Budget and the Gulf Oil Spill: Scientists working in the Gulf with California’s Office of Spill Prevention and Response are about to have their pay cut to the federal minimum wage, according to the California Association of Professional Scientists. [Capitol Weekly]

AB 2620's Road Through the Assembly: It was about how tolls should be divided up. Now that it's in the transportation committee, the bill looks a lot different. [Sacramento Bee]

Fallout From Legalized Marijuana Endorsement: About 20 religious and community leaders are calling for change after the president of the California State Conference of the NAACP endorses the initiative. [LA Times]


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