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  • The California Supreme Court struck down limits on medical marijuana possession today, meaning patients can possess as much as they reasonably need.
  • Plans for a new gastropub and a Hooters are afloat for the South Park neighborhood, across from the Staples Center, in downtown.
  • New places to eat! The restaurants at the new W Hotel Hollywood are expected to open next week.
  • On the road to bringing the Sunset Strip back: the Key Club re-opens after a change in ownership and renovations.
  • Some good news on the health front: A new state law makes your wait time for doctors a shorter wait.
  • A report released from UCLA today detailed the impact of budget cuts on public schools and students.
  • The No Jet Pledge: Democrat Marcy Winograd, who is running for congress, "sent a letter asking Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and other celebrities asking them to stop using Santa Monica Airport for private jet flights," citing "the health and well being of people in West L.A."
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