Cannabis Farmer Gets over $1 Million Insurance Payout

By Kelsey Brugger @Santa Barbara Independent One Carpinteria farmer won an insurance payout well in excess of $1 million after ashes from the Thomas Fire destroyed thousands of his plants. What was unusual was that the plants were marijuana. As cannabis

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Sessions says US prosecutors won’t take on small-time marijuana cases

By Sadie Gurman Associated Press March 10, 2018 WASHINGTON — Federal prosecutors won’t take on small-time marijuana cases, despite the Justice Department’s decision to lift an Obama-era policy that discouraged US authorities from cracking down on the trade in states

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Jeff Sessions’ marijuana move will backfire

(CNN)Jeff Sessions announced Thursday that he is rescinding the Cole memo, which reflected the Department of Justice’s relatively passive policy under the Obama administration since August 2013 on enforcement of federal cannabis laws. If Sessions intended to quell the enthusiasm

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CLG Provides Public Comments to City of Los Angeles on Proposed Requirements

CLG Letter to City Council

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The Big Fix

Please enjoy this article by Michael Chernis for MG Magazine.   Sept 2017 The Big Fix MG Magazine

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L.A. Cannabis Industry Demands Full Business Licensing from City Council

The nation’s largest weed sector is ready to leave the grey market after years of fearing legal prosecution. Friday 08/18/2017 by Madison Margolin // Merry Jane On the steps of L.A. City Hall on Tuesday, dozens of cannabis industry activists gathered to

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