Campaigning On The Cheap, Prop 19 Still Builds Buzz

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A piece of the ruptured pipeline from last month's fatal accident in San Bruno, Calif., displayed in a laboratory at the National Transportation Safety Board's training center in Ashburn, Va. A preliminary NTSB report says a power failure led to a brief change in pipeline pressure but does not say that the pressure change caused the blast that killed eight people and destroyed 37 homes. Luis Alvarez/AP hide caption

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Answers Still Elusive In San Bruno Pipeline Blast

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Calif. Blast Spotlights Nation's Aging Gas Lines

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Fire Engulfs San Francisco Suburb

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HP Sues Ex-CEO Hurd Over Oracle's Job Offer

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When The Kids Go Away To School

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Imperial County Defends Calif.'s Gay Marriage Ban

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Opponents Try To Block Calif. Same-Sex Marriage

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Oakland Looks At Taxing Pot To Close Budget Gap

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A worker with the Downtown Oakland Association sweeps the sidewalk near graffiti painted by protesters outside a drug store in Oakland on Friday. The federal government said it will investigate now that officer Johannes Mehserle was convicted Thursday of involuntary manslaughter, touching off angry protests that damaged stores and netted dozens of arrests. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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Transit Officer's Verdict Sparks Violent Protests

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Oakland Waits For Verdict In BART Shooting Trial

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Judge To Take Weeks To Rule On Gay Marriage

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Ex-Cop Faces Trial In Racially Charged Murder Case

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Richard Lee has created a multimillion-dollar empire in Oakland, Calif., built largely on medicinal pot. And now, he wants to take it a step further, by turning marijuana into a totally legal, taxable commodity for any Californian age 21 or older. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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The Man Bankrolling California's Pot Initiative

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