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Measure Y Will Further Tax Santa Ana’s Recreational Cannabis Industry

Almost a year after Marijuana was legalized in the state of California, with Santa Ana leading the way in cannabis sales, Santa Ana city council will now be backing a marijuana tax increase for cannabis industry members.

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  • October 29, 2018
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Domestic Violence is a Tragedy that Effects Everyone

It starts with an insult — nothing to worry about. It moves on to a shove, an “accident,” an emotional reaction the person couldn’t control.

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  • October 29, 2018
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Here Are the 2018 Candidates for the RSCCD Board of Trustees

Three Rancho Santiago Community College District trustees are up for re-election this year, with the Area 4 and Area 6

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  • October 29, 2018
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4 New On-Campus Clubs for Fall 2018

Looking for some volunteering, scholarship opportunities or extra credit, joining these new clubs would be a good option. Here are

These Apps and Websites Are Make Voting Fun

News and politics can be overwhelming, but voting in the Nov. 6 elections doesn’t have to be. California is unique

Officials Are Increasing Funding for Community Colleges That Graduate More Students

The district will receive a much-needed influx of dollars over the next two years as roll out begins on a state-approved funding

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  • October 3, 2018
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District Arms 10 More Campus Safety Staff

Ten new armed security personnel members are joining the Rancho Santiago Community College District by the end of this semester, more than doubling the current district-wide armed officer count.

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  • May 23, 2018
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Orange County Explores Marijuana Regulation

California lawmakers are seeking proper regulation for marijuana and cannabis-related products, after Proposition 64’s passage permits indoor plant cultivation and recreational marijuana use for all eligible individuals.

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  • May 23, 2018
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SAC Administrator Claims Health Center Fully Staffed

A high-level administrator who oversees the health center says he needs proof that SAC reduced assigned nursing hours before he acts.

Occupational Therapy Bachelors Completes First Year

Santa Ana College’s Occupational Studies program succeeds in its first year offering a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy. The first class consists of 25 students who will be moving forward into 2018.