The Daily Populous

Wednesday September 15th, 2021 day edition

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California’s governor, Gavin Newsom has prevailed in a historic recall election that had him battling for his political life.

Speaking in Sacramento, Newsom said that in voting no on the Republican-led recall, Californians said “Yes to science, we said yes to vaccines.

With about 60% of ballots counted, no on the question of whether to recall Newsom was ahead by a two to one margin.

Early on Wednesday, the governor tweeted: “Tonight, California voted NO on the recall and YES to … Science.

Gubernatorial recall petitions are very common in California, but only one other such recall has made it on to the ballot in state history.

Newsom initially dismissed the recall election as a costly distraction – indeed, it could cost the state some $300m or more.

Larry Elder was the leading Republican challenger to incumbent governor Gavin Newsom. »

N.J. automatically expunged 360K marijuana cases this summer. There could be more to come.

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New Jersey courts have expunged 362,000 low-level marijuana cases, clearing a massive amount of criminal records in just two months.

The judiciary began vacating and dismissing cases in July, and then expunged them, a step that ultimately clears a person’s record.

People with marijuana cases that were not automatically expunged can file a motion for review with the court. »

Destroy All Humans! 2 Remake Announced Seemingly By Mistake

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In a now-deleted tweet, PlayStation officially announced the Destroy All Humans!

The tweet has since been deleted ahead of a planned THQ Nordic 10th-anniversary livestream set for later this week.

A remake for the game was originally teased earlier this year, but not much info was shared other than Destroy All Humans! »