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Meteorologists, Isaac only news 93.1 kfbk Right now in Sacramento. We have 55 degrees and the air quality is good. Here's what's trending on this Monday morning. Legal marijuana in the news this morning Morano country poised to become the biggest legal pot country in the world in a moment, But first, the city of Sacramento may add 10 new storefronts granting permits to ex cons to sell marijuana. KPK Sabatino reports. Sacramento currently has 30 pot shops with store friends, and none are owned by a black man or woman. The idea to allow additional licenses to open more dispensaries has been in discussions for years in counseling Jae shin or believes now is the time and it's the right thing to dio. Oakland has far fewer dispensaries. And we have Denver has over 230 dispensaries in the city of Denver. So I think going from 30 to 40 is a reasonable amount and again looks at the goals that we have around. Pretty. He also thinks this move could lead the way on how to address issues around equity here and elsewhere. The thing people will look at Sacramento. This is something that we want to emulate, and I think that that would become the win for everyone General says he expects the council to approve the plan. Aubrey Aquino News, 93.1, Kfbk and Christina. There's a lot to this story and always going to be joining us in about 12 minutes or so to get in depth more about the ex cons who could get permits and more aspects of this story and again, that's about 12 minutes. Okay, Mexico is poised to become The world's largest legal cannabis market after decades of restrictive drug policies and bloody cartel wars K of the case, Jensen Raeder reports The L A Times reports that lawmakers have until December 15th to make marijuana legal after the Supreme Court rules. A band was unconstitutional. As that deadline draws closer. It sparks more debate over how legalization should be enacted and who will benefit Both sides argued that legalization could change the criminal landscape in Mexico and reduce cartel related violence. Jensen RAIDER NEWS 93.1 KFBK SAN Francisco Federal appeals court has ruled that President Trump's bid to redirect more than $3.5 billion in Defense Department money to pay for his border wall is illegal KFBK is Dina Kodiak reports. The 2 to 1 decision by a three judge panel of the ninth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a lower court ruling by an Oakland federal judge. California Attorney General Javier Becerra is praising the decision for quote putting a stop to this desperate attempt by President Trump to steal public funds. California and eight other states sued to block the transfer of funds. Dina Kodiak News 93.1 KFBK, Let's get you caught up now on this hour's top national stories on news 93.1. Senate Judiciary Committee member.

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