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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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L.A. voters want to legalize marijuana, so why won’t city leaders do it?

by The Times Editorial Board Los Angeles voters want to legalize marijuana, and they don’t seem particularly concerned that it remains illegal under federal law. In November nearly two out of three voters in the city of L.A. supported Proposition

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CLG Provides Public Comments To City of Los Angeles on Draft Cannabis Regulations

CLG Comments for LA City

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Weed Wars: Will the Trump Administration Stymie Marijuana Legalization?

By Jedamiah Wolf // Planet Experts The White House recently made some not-so-subtle hints about a federal crackdown on marijuana. Could the feds roll back the rapidly blooming end to prohibition? And what does this mean for the budding industry

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Marijuana reform went 8 for 9 on the ballot this week. It could be the tipping point.

by Christopher Ingram // Washington Post Today the Associated Press finally called Maine’s marijuana ballot measure in favor of legalization. The ‘yes’ votes just squeaked by the ‘no’ votes with just a couple thousand votes to spare. In sum, reform

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