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Tattoo parlors are seeing steady profits, as consumers shift spending toward purchases that are more meaningful.
Polls suggest increased support for decriminalizing and taxing the drug, but policy may not change soon.
They are still priced out of the housing market in many cities across the country, a new study concludes.
The California governor has backed a package of six budget-reform propositions to save the state from the prospect of $42 billion deficits. But a poll suggests five could fail.
To prove aggravated identify theft – which brings a mandatory two years in jail – prosecutors must show defendants knew their fake IDs belonged to a real person.