Voters throughout the region will decide in November on issues surrounding marijuana-based businesses in their city. The latest to reach the ballot is a measure in Hemet that would tax cannabis businesses while keeping the city’s no-marijuana moratorium in place until 2021.
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A judge has ordered the closing of a South Whittier marijuana dispensary, which attracted complaints from a nearby La Mirada mosque.
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The market for CBD, or cannabidiol, products is exploding in California — but the state says even if the active ingredient, derived from marijuana, doesn’t make you high, it still must be licensed.
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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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Want to open a recreational marijuana bushiness in Pasadena? The city is charging $24,000.
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Canada has a challenger to its status as the pot-stock capital of the world — the scrappy over-the-counter market in the U.S.
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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
Cannabis stocks, already bolstered by wins in the midterm elections, got an added boost when anti-pot Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced his resignation Wednesday afternoon.
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In the aftermath of pot legalization north of the border, attention has turned to the world’s largest economy and the potential for a U.S. marijuana market that could be worth $75 billion by 2030
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