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By Don Jergler Some cannabis businesses are finding it difficult to know what’s legal and permissible in the patchwork of California’s legal marijuana landscape, giving greater meaning to the “location, location, location” adage. While thousands of licenses have been issued to cannabis businesses since recreational use became legal in January, California’s local governments continue to have the final […] …read more

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The state of Colorado is denying half the workers’ compensation death benefits to a woman whose husband died while working on a ski lift because he had marijuana in his system.

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By Associated Press BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP) — Southern California prosecutors say a county supervisor faces a pair of misdemeanor charges after she cast a vote on marijuana regulation while allegedly having a financial stake in the cannabis industry. Kern County Supervisor Leticia Perez will be arraigned Wednesday on conflict-of-interest charges. Her attorney said at a news conference Tuesday, […] …read more

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By Keiko Beatie The blazing heat of summer is here, and while we’re feeling the climate change, barely a year has passed since the Northern California fires torched Napa, Sonoma, Lake, and Mendocino counties. These areas are well-known for cannabis cultivation farms, and many were destroyed or impaired in these wildfires. Families are still attempting to put the […] …read more

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By Monterey Bud After citing a need to stop “creating addicts” and “killing people,” a New Jersey workers’ compensation judge ordered Freehold Township to compensate an employee for his use of medical marijuana. “If there’s anything criminal here, it’s how these drugs have been force-fed to injured people creating addicts,” said Lionel Simon, a New Jersey workers’ compensation […] …read more

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By Shirley Ju Insomnia is the main reason I obtained by medical marijuana card. Like many who suffer from mental health illnesses or addiction, I find insomnia is the No. 1 trigger for my anxiety. Ever since high school, I remember sleepless nights watching the clock strike 3 a.m., 4 a.m., 5 a.m. … Although marijuana doesn’t help […] …read more

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By Nicolas Juarez 🌲🔥💨🍁👌 World Emoji Day is July 17, a global celebration of the small, digital icons that have replaced our words and infiltrated our hearts. Or 💕, if you will. In recognition of these icons we use to communicate ideas, emotions, and messages through most digital life, the world celebrates these round, expressive faces and ideograms […] …read more

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By Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — A former California congressional aide who took a $5,000 bribe after promising to help keep an illegal marijuana business open has been sentenced to 18 months in prison. Michael Kimbrew was sentenced Monday for bribery and attempted extortion. He also was ordered to pay $9,000 in fines and restitution. Prosecutors say […] …read more

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By Associated Press By Mike Catalini TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey is seeking to double its number of medical cannabis dispensaries, Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday, July 16, 2018. Murphy said in a statement that the state is requesting applications for six new dispensaries, up from the six that now operate in New Jersey. The medical […] …read more

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By Monterey Bud Oklahoma’s restrictive new medical marijuana rules could cultivate strong support for a legalization vote and State Question 797, which aims to legalize adult-use marijuana for adults 21 and older. After Oklahoma voters approved the state’s medical marijuana ballot initiative in late June 2018, Republican Gov. Mary Fallin announced Tuesday July 10, 2018, she would adopt […] …read more

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