Issue: June 06, 2019

In this week's SN&R cover story, Ken Magri tracks consolidation in the legal cannabis industry and asks the big question: Will Big Cannabis overrun California?

In News, Raheem F. Hosseini details a messy breakup at Black Lives Matter Sacramento and also explains the impact of a likely new law on police use of force.

In Arts, we have stories about a new Sacramento Pride arts installation and an old comedian, Bobcat Goldthwait, plus a review of Mountain Top at Celebration Arts and a preview of a one-night-only performance of Ranked at the Crest Theatre.

In her weekly Garden column, Debbie Arrington digs into the dispute over Sacramento Historic City Cemetery imposing new rules on volunteers, who call it a gag order.

I n Voices, two graduating seniors at Sacramento Waldorf School write about confidence and Jeff vonKaenel offers some life lessons for new graduates. And I look into Sutter Health's big tax break on the eve of a major hearing in an antitrust case facing the hospital giant.

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— Foon Rhee