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Local Groups: Cannabis regs, VIRTUAL SURVEY: OPPORTUNITY TO ENSURE YOUR VIEWPOINT IS CONSIDERED

Cannabis Regs for Sonoma County: VIRTUAL SURVEY: OPPORTUNITY TO ENSURE YOUR VIEWPOINT IS CONSIDERED You may have received PRMD’s “Cannabis Visioning Survey,” but if not, it is available online until Monday, September 6. It consists of up to 24 questions (copied below so you can read them beforehand), and should take about 10 minutes to complete. Depending …

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American Taliban (SCOTUS) Strikes against women: Indivisible: Make a call to protect Roe

American Taliban (SCOTUS) Strikes against women’s rights: what you can do…… Indivisible: Make a call to protect Roe Indivisibles, This week, in the dead of night, the Supreme Court took a major step towards overturning Roe v. Wade by allowing Texas to deny pregnant people the right to an abortion after six weeks — i.e., before almost …

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A Startup Is Turning Houses Into Corporations, And The Neighbors Are Fighting Back

Catering to the wealthy for second and third homes is NOT solving the housing crisis………. NPR: A Startup Is Turning Houses Into Corporations, And The Neighbors Are Fighting Back   FULL STORY HERE August 24, 20216:30 AM ET GREG ROSALSKY Brad Day and his neighbors in California’s Sonoma Valley have noticed a real estate startup …

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Supervisors get low marks

Supervisors: If a president got low marks of 33 to 21% favorability they would NOT be reelected. Sonoma County remains the 3rd highest county in the entire nation for homelessness. The county refuses to enact vacation rental boundaries (making home affordability worse) like most counties and continues to allow wine industry to drill for water …

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