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End of an era: After Jan. 9, California’s unlicensed medical cannabis collectives/co-ops illegal

By John Schroyer On Jan. 10, California’s legal cannabis industry is expected to get even smaller. Medical marijuana collectives and cooperatives will become illegal without a state license that day, per guidance that the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) issued

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Michael Chernis named by MG Magazine as one of “30 Powerful Cannabis Attorneys You Should Know”

Broadly defined, litigation is the process of resolving a dispute between opposing parties through the court system. In business, any relationship–with vendors, suppliers, employees, customers, or competitors–is subject to misunderstanding and miscommunication that can result in litigation. In the burgeoning

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California’s Attorney General Thinks Legal Weed Is Inevitable

In an interview with BuzzFeed News, California Attorney General Kamala Harris, a rising star in the Democratic Party, said she had “no moral opposition” to marijuana legalization. But there are a lot of details to figure out. by Adam Serwer

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Congressman Reminds Us How Many People Have Overdosed On Pot: ‘Spoiler Alert: It’s Zero’

By Paige Lavender Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) took a moment Thursday afternoon to remind everyone how many people have overdosed on pot. “Spoiler alert: it’s zero,” Blumenauer said at a press conference on Thursday. “The first time it happens, it’ll

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Judge Could Smash Marijuana Law

by Abby Haglage A judge in California is examining the legality of America’s marijuana laws, she may be on the verge of throwing the entire system into chaos. Three states, one district, and two cities will vote on various aspects

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Fed Marijuana Rescheduling Hearing, Day 4, Cal, NORML Report

A number of you have expressed interest in this week’s evidentiary hearing in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California regarding the constitutionality of the federal statute designating marijuana as a Schedule I Controlled Substance. The

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