Morning Buzz

Morning Buzz: Friday 11.30.12

Politics and government

Based on anticipation that the Supreme Court will decide today whether to take up California's Prop. 8, some groups are preparing to re-start same-sex marriages. LAT, Bee, Register

An earthquake that shuts down water deliveries from Northern California for a year could devastate the Los Angeles County economy, costing $55 billion and wiping out a half-million jobs, according to a new study. LAT, Fox and Hounds

In an attempt to get some regulation on the books, the Los Angeles City Planning Commission on Thursday adopted a measure granting limited immunity from enforcement to some medical marijuana clinics in the city. DN, KPCC News

Sen. Barbara Boxer endorsed Wendy Greuel for mayor in a statement.

Media and media people

sssThe Dodgers said that Vin Scully, who turned 85 on Thursday, will answer questions on the team's Twitter account on Monday. LAT


Bob Hope Airport in Burbank reopened this morning after being partly closed on Thursday night due to failure of the runway lights. DN

A German architect charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection with the death of veteran firefighter Glenn Allen last year will face a trial, a judge ruled Wednesday. LAT

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