The month of September has eternally been etched into memories of medical marijuana patients in San Diego.
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This morning, the local chapter of Americans for Safe Access confirmed that San Diego’s Most Powerful Politician is actually brave enough to be placed under San Diego’s political microscope. The article is reposted below…
This campaign should be a lot of fun for virtually everyone except, Bonnie. It’s going to be a rough ride for the ‘fierce fighter‘ as we too will be working as “Hard as Ever” on the Dumanis for Mayor campaign!
Americans for Safe Access (ASA) and California medical marijuana advocates statewide went to bed Tuesday night feeling defeated as the Bonnie Dumanis think-a-like, Steve Cooley, held more than a 10% lead over his underdog opponent, Kamala Harris in California’s race for Attorney General.
Waking up Wednesday morning however, was quite another story. As of 2:00am Harris took the lead and as of 6:30am with 96.9% reporting, is holding less than one half percentage point margin over the highly endorsed Cooley. Read the rest of this entry »
Great NotCooley! videos have been released
on Americans for Safe Access’ website here.
Be sure to move your mouse over Cooley’s tattoos for extreme humor!
In a radio interview following the vindication of Jovan Jackson last month of all medical marijuana related charges, the San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis calls on the California legislature for further guidance on the subject.
On Tuesday, January 12th the legislature answered the rogue DA’s question. However it is clear by the actions of the prosecutors office that the prohibitionist is listening to only herself. Read the rest of this entry »
By: Rocky Neptun
San Diego’s District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis struts onto the stage, her swagger, her measured pace, her menacing stare in front of the cameras reminds me of the persona John Wayne created on his way to becoming an American icon. I once overheard him tell my aunt at breakfast that Read the rest of this entry »
By: Rocky Neptun
In his brief 28 years, Eugene Davidovich has followed all the rules, adhered to the law and lived an exemplary life. Yet, today, he stands broken, alone, homeless, persecuted and in daily pain. Clean-cut, honest spoken, go-getting; he was a child of the American dream, going from good son to impressive student to serving his country in the military. Afterward there came a fine loving marriage, a young son and a promising career in the computer programming field. Read the rest of this entry »
RE-POSTED Part five of a five-part series from FROM: www.VoiceOfSanDiego.org
Originally posted by KELLY THORNTON
The San Diego County District Attorney’s Office proudly notes that in 2008 and 2009 it received prestigious Workplace Excellence awards as one of San Diego’s most outstanding places to work.
It appears things have improved significantly for employees since former District Attorney Paul Pfingst left office at the end of 2002. Read the rest of this entry »
RE-POSTED Part four of a five-part series from: www.VoiceOfSanDiego.org
Originally Posted: Wednesday, January 6, 2010 5:05 pm | Updated: 4:13 pm, Thu Jan 7, 2010 . By KELLY THORNTON
Smiling like a proud parent, District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis enthusiastically presided over the October graduation ceremony of 23 people who just might personify her biggest professional achievement to date. www.VoiceOfSanDiego.org Read the rest of this entry »
RE-POSTED Part three of a five-part series from: www.VoiceOfSanDiego.org
Originally Posted: Tuesday, January 5, 2010 4:25 pm | Updated: 6:12 pm, Tue Jan 5, 2010. By KELLY THORNTON
Deputy District Attorney Richard Monroy told his boss, Bonnie Dumanis, that prosecuting San Diego Police Officer Frank White in an off-duty road-rage incident was a dead-on-arrival proposition since juries seldom convict cops. Read the rest of this entry »