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First Take: Meg Whitman takes poll position. Poizner blasts 'obscene' spending

June 1, 2010 |  6:11 am

A new Los Angeles Times/USC poll shows voters are split over the issue of marijuana legalization.

With just one week until Election Day, Steve Poizner has attacked Meg Whitman's campaign spending as "obscene."

Marc Lifsher looks at PG&E's support for Proposition 16.

In case you missed it, a Los Angeles Times/USC poll released Sunday showed Whitman reopening a 24-point lead over Poizner. The poll also found California voters split over Arizona's immigration law.

Jack Dolan and Evan Halper look at Whitman's connection to another Wall Street scandal. 

-- Anthony York

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