Today the Supreme Court denied the State of California the right to ban the sale of violent video games to minors. Backed by Senator Leland Yee, the proposed bill was declared a violation of minors’ First Amendment rights. Will this mean that 14-year olds can now get into R-rated movies?
Get ready, because there is soon going to be a whole lot more criminals out on the streets. And I’m not just talking about those riding the 14-Muni. The Supreme Court just backed a court order forcing the CA prison system to release up to 46,000 convicted criminals.
MoneyRates.com conducted a study that detailed the most difficult states (and best) in which to make a living. You may have a higher salary in one state than another but find your standard of living much lower. And guess what? California is the 4th worst state in which to make a living.
Take a look inside Southern Exposure’s current exhibit Boom! featuring many local artists currently working and creating in the SF Bay Area. The show runs until Saturday December 18th so get your butt down there soon!
“Southern Exposure’s juried exhibition has become the premiere showcase of cutting-edge contemporary artwork by promising local talent.