Uncategorized September 14, 2021
A federal judge has ruled Northern California county officials can’t stop trucks from delivering water to Hmong farmers who are illegally growing marijuana.
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This year marks 50 years of the cannabis culture phenomenon, 420. 420 is a term for all things weed. It is celebrated daily at 4:20 (am or pm) by consuming cannabis, but the largest celebrations come on every year April 20th, 4/20.Read more
2020 has been landmark year in cannabis regulation. Recently, the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (which serves as the United Nations central drug policy making body) voted to remove cannabis from Schedule IV of the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. Coming to this groundbreaking conclusion has the CND now recognizing the therapeutic and medical potential of cannabis.Read more
There’s little to be gained from continuing to debate the wisdom of legalizing marijuana. It makes more sense to focus on eradicating the black market.
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California’s struggling cannabis industry didn’t get the recommendation many hoped for — a call to sharply lower the industry’s tax rate — but a long-awaited state report did suggest a marijuana tax overhaul.
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Prominent cannabis companies that a year ago were growing aggressively have, in recent months, laid off hundreds of workers. They say hefty taxes, onerous regulations and competition from a thriving illicit market are forcing them to scale back operations.
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A controversial Half Moon Bay cannabis measure holds a narrow lead, suggesting that the town’s three greenhouse farmers will be allowed grow legal marijuana sprouts in “nurseries” – but residents have rejected other measures that would have expanded cultivation and sales in the traditional coastal town.Read more
The majority of Corte Madera residents said in a recent survey they’d like to allow cannabis businesses, dispensaries and outdoor grows, but town officials say they want to take prohibition as far as state law will allow.
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