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Morning Wrap: 6/6/12

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

News and notes:

  • A judge ordered AT&T Mobility to turn over cellphone records of suspended Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi and wife Eliana Lopez, something for which Mayor Ed Lee has pressed. Bay City News Service 
  • New San Francisco supervisor Christina Olague wants President Obama to scale back the administration’s push to enforce marijuana laws. Chronicle Politics blog
  • More alleged victims emerged in the case of a Livermore diet clinician accused of sexual assault. Mercury News
  • Facebook’s stock continued its free fall, closing at $25.87 Tuesday. SF Business Times
  • Stockton’s city council authorized the city manager to file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy in three weeks if a deal can’t be worked out with the city’s creditors. AP 

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