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Above, Mano Amiga, representatives from various political and reform organizations and volunteers pose for a photo with a petition aiming to decriminalize marijuana in San Marcos. Below, Mano Amiga Policy Director Eric Martinez speaks during a press conference Tuesday. Daily Record photos by Alyssa Gonzales

BLAZING TOWARD THE BALLOT: Effort to place marijuana reform measure on November ballot heads into final month

On Tuesday, local immigration and legal reform organization Mano Amiga gave a public update on its ballot initiative effort to decriminalize marijuana in San Marcos in front of San Marcos City Hall

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Above, a City of San Marcos employee installs a new wayfinding sign downtown. The signs aim to help downtown visitors find their way through the city. Photo courtesy of City of San Marcos

City installs new wayfinding signs in downtown

While cruising through downtown San Marcos, some may notice a new edition next to the street banners throughout the area. Pedestrian wayfinding signs were recently installed, made to be accessible for pedestrians.

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