Dan Walters caps several days of drought-related stories with his column, saying that underlying tepid responses are assumptions that the drought is still a temporary condition and that mild steps will suffice without major economic or social disruptions.
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You could call it a brew-ha-ha. But for small coffee companies fighting Keurig Green Mountain Inc. over the use of its signature K-cup plastic coffee pods, it’s nothing to laugh about.
An attorney from Huntington Beach, McLaughlin in late February spent $200 to propose a ballot measure that authorizes the killing of gays and lesbians by “bullets to the head,” or “any other convenient method.” McLaughlin’s “Sodomite Suppression Act” now is testing the limits of free speech and raising the question: Why can’t the state’s initiative process screen out blatantly illegal ideas?
Now, California Attorney General Kamala Harris has a decision. What should she do about the “kill the gays” proposal?
5) Popular on Facebook: Five pictures of Yosemite’s Half Done that capture California’s historic drought
These images, taken by a Yosemite Conservancy webcam, show Half Dome on March 19 of each year from 2011 to 2015.
6) Popular on Twitter: Routine hit in 49ers training camp triggered decision to leave NFL, Chris Borland says.
7) Popular on YouTube: Ten dogs rescued from a South Korean meat farm arrived at the Sacramento SPCA. The dogs will be spayed and neutered, socialized, and, if ready, put up for adoption. Read more: Dogs rescued from South Korean meat farm arrive in Sacramento.