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Morning Wrap: 1/30/13

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Judge dismisses nudists’ lawsuit against San Francisco, after dryer month Sierra snowpack is 93 percent of normal, Prop 8’s legal defenders reportedly have money woes, more.

  • A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit by nudists seeking to overturn San Francisco’s newly-enacted nudity ban, ruling that requiring people to wear at least some clothing doesn’t violate their First Amendment rights. Chronicle
  • The advocacy group defending California’s same-sex marriage ban may be facing money problems at a time when the U. S. Supreme Court is set to rule on the law this session. Reuters
  • The Sierra Nevada snowpack is at 93 percent of normal, compared to 140 percent a month ago. Mercury News
  • CHP, which has helped Oakland patrol some of its most dangerous neighborhoods recently, says it will continue the arrangement for another three months, but wants to be paid for its services. Oakland Tribune
  • Oakland, which spends $1 million a year cleaning up graffiti, intends to beef up its anti-graffiti enforcement. SF Business Times
  • Playing without Stephen Curry and two other starters, the Warriors defeated Cleveland 108-95 to finish at .500 on their four-game road trip. Mercury News

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