Careful what you ask for, pot growers and sellers. The good news was that California voters last year passed Prop. 64, legalizing recreational marijuana and opening up a mutlibillion-dollar market for folks making their living off of pot. The other news came this week, as state regulators released rules governing this burgeoning industry. Two-hundred-and-seventy-six pages […]

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SACRAMENTO Cannabis businesses in California can’t be within 600 feet of schools. Shops have to close by 10 p.m., and they need 24-hour video surveillance. Those regulations are in the new rule book for California’s cannabis industry, which state regulators released Thursday. That gives new and established marijuana businesses their first look at 276 pages […]

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Posted: Saturday, November 11, 2017 6:00 am Council approves vacation of easements for Summit Estates Two development THE RECORDER recorder@portervillerecorder.com Recorderonline.com The Porterville City… read more at: http://www.recorderonline.com/news/council-approves-vacation-of-easements-for-summit-estates-two-development/article_9ae19da8-c69c-11e7-899b-eba56e70db60.html

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CLOSE Local officials are beginning to decide if they want medical marijuana businesses in their communities before the state starts giving out licenses next year. Wochit Birmingham officials are trying to determine where medical marijuana grow facilities should be allowed to operate within city limits.(Photo: File photo) LANSING —  From Thursday until Dec. 15, Lansing […]

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California on Thursday unveiled its latest set of marijuana regulations—this time, emergency rules that will guide the legalized recreational market when it opens in January. The regulations published by the Bureau of Cannabis Control, the Department of Food and Agriculture and the Department of Public Health were shaped by early draft proposals and legislation enacted […]

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The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department discovered there was more than just prayer happening at The Citadel Church of La Puente. Deputies served a warrant on the church on Wednesday, arresting three people and seizing somewhere between $20,000 and $30,000 worth of marijuana, cannabis edibles and other products, according to a press released from the […]

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A lollipop and a trip to the grocery store changed chef Unika Noiel’s life forever. “When I was growing up,” explains the head chef and manager at Pioneer Square’s Italian restaurant Che Sara Sara, “my mother steered me away from doing drugs. Like all moms, she wanted me to get my life on track, get […]

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