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Is Sacramento the bike-theft capital of America?new

Steal this bike: Everyone says bike thieves in the River City are "ruthless." They even stole Lance Armstrong's ride ...
Sacramento News & Review  |  Raheem F. Hosseini  |  07-27-2012  |  Features

Deporting the Tamale Ladynew

Will the United States send Juana Reyes back to Mexico—for selling $1 snacks outside of a south Sacramento Walmart?
Sacramento News & Review  |  Nick Miller  |  07-27-2012  |  Immigration

Are Stoners High on Romney?new

There's talk of many cannabis advocates casting a protest vote against Obama.
Sacramento News & Review  |  Nick Miller  |  05-11-2012  |  Drugs

Ducking the Debatenew

California chefs turned lobbyists take to Sacramento to challenge the state's foie gras ban.
Sacramento News & Review  |  Nick Miller  |  05-10-2012  |  Animal Issues

Occupy's Next Actnew

Occupy UC Davis and Sacramento look to 2012.
Sacramento News & Review  |  Nick Miller  |  12-15-2011  |  #OCCUPY

Top 10 reasons why I should be on the cover of SN&Rnew

Our readers compete, without mercy, in the category of shameless self-promotion.
Sacramento News & Review  |  Staff  |  12-09-2011  |  Culture

Sacramento Tent City Returnsnew

Two years after Oprah, another homeless encampment pops up in downtown Sacramento.
Sacramento News & Review  |  Nick Miller  |  12-07-2011  |  Homelessness

UC Davis Pepper Spray Video: The Accidental Journalistnew

Traditional media watches from sidelines as a UC Davis student’s 'pepper spray' YouTube video becomes the iconic image of police violence against protesters.
Sacramento News & Review  |  Nick Miller  |  11-22-2011  |  #OCCUPY

How Sacramento Banned Pliny the Eldernew

The city's growing craft-beer scene collides head-on with a ‘wino law’ that outlawed the world’s best single-bottle specialty brews.
Sacramento News & Review  |  Nick Miller  |  11-02-2011  |  Policy Issues

Occupy Checkbooknew

Why is the city of Sacramento spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to crack down and prosecute nonviolent protesters?
Sacramento News & Review  |  Nick Miller  |  11-02-2011  |  #OCCUPY

Is the War on Drugs a War on Jobs?new

California’s Compassionate Use Act, which permitted the use of medical marijuana, has turned out very differently than what California voters expected when they approved the 1996 ballot proposition. It produced an estimated 200,000 patients, thousands of collectives, revenues of $1.3 billion, more than $100 million paid in taxes and tens of thousands of jobs. Now the feds want to throw this unplanned baby out with the bathwater.
Sacramento News & Review  |  Jeff vonKaenel  |  10-25-2011  |  Economy

An Open Letter To President Obamanew

Two years ago, you said your administration would not go after dispensaries in states where marijuana is legal for medicinal use. But last Friday, your U.S. Department of Justice attorneys reversed course in California.
Sacramento News & Review  |  Jeff von Kaenel  |  10-14-2011  |  Commentary

9/11 Blindnew

We’re 10 years past the twin towers attack and still fighting wars in its name. Can we open our eyes in time?
Sacramento News & Review  |  Tom Hayden  |  09-09-2011  |  War

Daniel Ellsberg: Secrets, Lies—and When To Tell Themnew

Daniel Ellsberg discusses the ethics of truth-telling 40 years after the Pentagon Papers.
Sacramento News & Review  |  Kel Munger  |  09-01-2011  |  Civil Liberties

Bill Maher is Bummednew

The comedian and Real Time With Bill Maher host on debt ceilings, Super Congresses, Obama, Rick Perry and more.
Sacramento News & Review  |  Nick Miller  |  08-10-2011  |  Profiles & Interviews

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