In 2006, voters approved a parcel tax that would equally fund public safety measures and violence prevention programs. The city is now racing the clock to use unspent prevention money before the tax expires.
Palo Alto city attorney Molly Stump discusses city’s current marijuana laws, the changes that would result if voters pass Measure C, and how existing federal and state laws come into play.
Palo Alto voters decide Tuesday whether to allow three medicinal marijuana dispensaries to operate in the city. Other places, including San Jose and Los Angeles, have allowed dispensaries with mixed results.
SANTA CLARA—Santa Clara U.S.D. will lay off 60 teachers on March 15 as it struggles to balance its $130 million budget after the Nov. 3 defeat of ballot Measure C, a parcel tax that could have prevented education cuts in the next academic year.
Every Saturday morning at 10 a.m., Adorable trains volunteers for Local Schools Local Funds, an education activist group headquartered in what used to be the home of Cupertino radio 91.7FM.
SANTA CLARA- Voters failed to approve Measure C on election night, surprising supporters who had anticipated a solid victory based on poll results.