Postage stamp 'danger', Supreme Court on affirmative action

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Governor Jerry Brown used his veto power over the weekend.  SB 649, the so-called “wobbler” bill, will not become law in California.

If signed it would have given judges and prosecutors a choice when handling cases involving possession of small amounts of illicit drugs as either a felony or misdemeanor.

Supreme Court Affirmative Action case from Michigan could reach California.

The post office prints stamps some say are dangerous.

Meanwhile, there will be a real funeral for Walter White of 'Breaking Bad' -- find out why.

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