A hemp haven? Overlooked provision in Prop 64 may have a big impact in California – The San Diego Union-Tribune

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The San Diego Union-TribuneA hemp haven? Overlooked provision in Prop 64 may have a big impact in CaliforniaThe San Diego Union-TribuneIt’s not amber waves of grain that Christopher Boucher sees in his dreams, but emerald waves of hemp. “I think you’re going to see a lot of industry move into California to set up operations,” said Boucher, whose decades of …

Interview with CEO of American Growth Fund Series Two (AMREX), the only #Cannabis #MutualFund in the US – InvestorIdeas.com (press release)

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Interview with CEO of American Growth Fund Series Two (AMREX), the only #Cannabis #MutualFund in the USInvestorIdeas.com (press release)January 4, 2017 (Investorideas.com Newswire) Investorideas.com, a global news source covering leading sectors including marijuana and hemp stocks, releases an exclusive interview with Timothy Taggart, CEO of American Growth Fund Series Two …. is a …and more » Read the full …

Temporary urgency ordinance on recreational marijuana passed by San Jacinto City Council – Valley News

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Valley NewsTemporary urgency ordinance on recreational marijuana passed by San Jacinto City CouncilValley NewsRiverside County Sheriff Lt. Patrick Chavez, appointed San Jacinto Police Chief since 2015, third from left was honored Tuesday, Nov. 1, by the Hemet City Council on his planned retirement. He has served the city well for the past 13 months and a new … …

California Proposition 64, the California Marijuana Legalization Initiative, will go before voters Nov. 8 – Valley News

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KYMACalifornia Proposition 64, the California Marijuana Legalization Initiative, will go before voters Nov. 8Valley NewsAccording to Ballotpedia.com, a yes vote on Prop 64 would legalize the recreational use of marijuana for those aged 21 years or older and establish certain sales and cultivation taxes. A no vote would oppose the legalization of recreational marijuana.City discusses to ban or to regulate …

Cities pass emergency laws against recreational pot – The San Diego Union-Tribune

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The San Diego Union-TribuneCities pass emergency laws against recreational potThe San Diego Union-TribuneWith a state proposition looming that could legalize the sale of recreational marijuana across California, several San Diego County cities have been scrambling to pass emergency ordinances that would temporarily prohibit the cultivation and sale of the …and more » Read the full article at: Cities pass …

San Jacinto City Council seeking amendments to marijuana ordinances – Valley News

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San Jacinto City Council seeking amendments to marijuana ordinancesValley News… if no local regulations were in effect. The majority of the cities in Southwest Riverside County ban the cultivation, sales and distribution of marijuana outside of medical marijuana use. Police chiefs across the state are recommending a “NO” vote …and more » Read the full article at: San Jacinto …

County of Imperial Encourages Participation in California Department of Food and Agriculture Online Survey – Imperial Valley Weekly

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County of Imperial Encourages Participation in California Department of Food and Agriculture Online SurveyImperial Valley WeeklyDue to the signing of the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act (MMRSA) by Governor Jerry Brown, which went into effect January 2016, the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) will begin issuing state cannabis cultivation licenses … Read the full article …

This California desert town is experiencing a marijuana boom – Los Angeles Times

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Los Angeles TimesThis California desert town is experiencing a marijuana boomLos Angeles TimesThey are buying up dusty desert land — some with no utilities or roads — in hopes of cashing in as California’s marijuana growers come into the open under new state regulations. “It’s pretty chaotic,” said Coachella Valley real estate broker Marc … Read the full …