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Bid to ban guns in public buildings goes to Portland, Ore., council
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The City Council will consider a proposal to ask the state Legislature to ban guns in public buildings throughout Oregon. Dan Skolnik and John Coyne, members of the council's Public Safety Committee, voted recently to recommend adoption of the measure. The committee's other member, Kevin Donoghue, was absent. More

Pacific Gas & Electric says north San Jose, Calif., has at-risk gas lines
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In the wake of the deadly Sept. 9, San Bruno natural gas pipeline explosion, Pacific Gas & Electric Co. was directed by State of California officials to conduct a system-wide inspection of the company's nearly 48,580 miles of gas pipelines throughout the state. More

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Department of Homeland Security staging
cybersecurity awareness campaign

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The Department of Homeland Security has embarked on a nationwide campaign to promote safe computing habits amid rising concerns over Web-borne threats. The "Stop. Think. Connect." campaign, launched in October, which for the past seven years has been designated national cybersecurity awareness month, focuses on broad-based public education about the evolving nature of online security, offering a host of resources for parents and educators available for download at the campaign's website. More

Oakland, Calif., panel votes to increase medical cannabis clubs
from 4 to 8

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After six years of limiting to four the number of medical cannabis dispensaries that can legally operate in Oakland, Calif., city officials are poised to double that cap. Along with new legislation that would increase the number of licensed clubs to eight, the Oakland Public Safety Committee voted unanimously to double the annual fees paid by the clubs from $30,000 to $60,000, which city staff members estimate is a more realistic cost to oversee eight dispensaries. More

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For Mexican mayors, 'the fear is always there'
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When Gustavo Sánchez became mayor of Tancítaro, in the heart of Mexico's drug country, he knew the job made him a target of the country's drug cartels. "The fear is always there," he told The Arizona Republic in January. "But if you have courage and a desire to make a contribution, that outweighs the fear." Last week, Sánchez's body was found by the side of a road, his head bashed in with rocks, his hands tied behind him and his body showing signs of torture. More

US issues warning ahead of Ahmadinejad visit
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Last-minute preparations were under way ahead of Iranian President Mahmood Ahmadinejad's visit to Lebanon, as the United States Embassy warned its citizens not to attend rallies featuring the controversial leader. President Michel Sleiman held a series of meetings with officials to finalize itineraries and Lebanese and Iranian representatives met at the Foreign Affairs Ministry to prepare a series of bilateral agreements to be signed by the two country's presidents. More

Security tightened at G20 summit venue
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The 14-lane Yeongdong Boulevard and 12-lane Teheran-ro will be partially blocked during the G20 Seoul Summit slated for Nov. 11-12, to better protect Coex, the summit venue in southern Seoul, the Presidential Committee for G20 Seoul Summit said recently. More
 



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