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Headlines to Know Today: Dre and Kendrick Tease the Halftime Show; Gov. Newsom Mulls Cannabis Reforms

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—Undocumented Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas discusses anti-immigrant political and media figures and how he felt going on Tucker Carlson’s show, with CNN’s John Avlon. [CNN]

—“The Call,” a nearly 4-minute trailer for the Super Bowl Halftime show, has been released with appearances by Dre, Snoop, Kendrick, Mary J., and Eminem. [YouTube]

—As cannabis advocates say that the craft cannabis business is “on the brink of collapse,” it appears that Gov. Gavin Newsom is open to embracing reform. [NBBJ]

—Fucking Amazon. First it kills off retail stores. Now it’s opening them. [TE]

—A look into the problem of rising graffiti in California’s national parks. [SF Gate]

—Speaking of which, El Pollo Loco is investing heavily in graffiti-proof glass on Los Angeles. Is that a challenge? [LPM]

—Rewards are being offered for information in three hit-and-runs in the Jefferson Park neighborhood. [NBC]

—Actress Yvette Mimieux, star of The Time Machine, died at 80 at home in L.A. [LAT]

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