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Debate: Should California legalize marijuana?

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Joseph McNamara, a Hoover fellow and former San Jose police chief, and Keith Humphreys, former Obama drug policy adviser and a professor at the Medical School, debate the pros and cons of marijuana legalization in a special online article in Stanford magazine.

Knight fellows aim to reinvent the news industry

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No longer a bastion for traditional newspeople, the John S. Knight Fellowships are now open to consultants, new media innovators and more technologically savvy journalists. This new crop of fellows is pursuing ideas that may change the path of journalism, says Director Jim Bettinger.

Correll to lead Clayman Institute for Gender Research

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Shelley Correll, associate professor of sociology, has been appointed director of the Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research. Correll is not new to Clayman. In 2001, while completing her doctoral work in sociology here, she received a Graduate Dissertation Fellowship from the institute.

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ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER attended a ceremony at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Tuesday to sign a bill to encourage organ donation . . .

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