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07-21 Oakland Votes To Permit Large Pot Farms Oakland City Hall
C. 07-21 Wells 2Q Profit Rises; Bad Loans Ease Wells Fargo
D. 07-21 2nd Quarter Profit Rises 26 Percent eBay
E. 07-21 Lawsuit seeks control of Facebook Facebook
5. 07-21 SFPD Probes Brutality Claim In Arrest SF City Hall
6. 07-21 Suspect Killed During Marijuana Search Livermore
7. 07-21 $6.5 M Settlement In Warrant Case Oakland City Hall
8. 07-21 Activist Pleads Not Guilty In Spray Attack San Jose
J. 07-21 Ocean Avenue project moves ahead Ocean Avenue project moves ahead, San Francisco

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Jul.21   Oakland City Hall   Oakland Votes To Permit Large Pot Farms
  The City Council has approved a plan to license four production plants where marijuana would be grown, packaged and processed


  Wells Fargo   Wells 2Q Profit Rises; Bad Loans Ease
  Better payment rates for mortgages, auto loans and credit cards helped lift consumer-focused Wells Fargo's 2nd-quarter profit by 12 percent


  eBay   2nd Quarter Profit Rises 26 Percent  2nd-quarter income climbed 26 percent as more people transferred money through its PayPal payment service and shopped on its main website

  Facebook   Lawsuit seeks control of Facebook  A lawyer for Facebook was unsure whether company founder Zuckerberg signed a contract in 2003 that entitles a NY man to 84 % of the service

  SF City Hall   SFPD Probes Brutality Claim In Arrest  The department is investigating an incident in which an officer is seen allegedly pushing a handcuffed woman into the pavement face first

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  Livermore   Suspect Killed During Marijuana Search
  Deputies from Santa Clara and Alameda counties were combing a rugged and remote area looking for marijuana gardens when a suspect was shot
 After the shooting deputies uncovered 20,000 marijuana plants, with a street value of estimated between $60 and $80 million


  Oakland City Hall   $6.5 M Settlement In Warrant Case  The City has approved a payment to 100 people to settle lawsuits that claimed police officers provided false information in obtaining search warrants

  San Jose   Activist Pleads Not Guilty In Spray Attack  An anti-communist activist remains behind bars after pleading not guilty to charges he squirted pepper spray into the eyes of a Vietnamese pop star

  San Francisco Ocean Avenue project moves ahead  The $50 million development, including 173 residences and an underground parking garage, was approved by the city

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