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Monthly Archives: September 2016

Press release from Assemblymember Jim Wood’s office: Sacramento – Today, Assemblymember Jim Wood’s “Cottage Cannabis Farmers Bill,” AB 2516, achieved a significant milestone when the Governor signed it. This bill creates a new medical cannabis cultivator license category for “micro farmers.” Wood said, “We are so proud to have fought for this legislation and thankful to Governor Brown for his signature. This law will help ensure that small medical cannabis growers on the North Coast 
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Fresno Area Cannabis Regulations Seminar

Do you want to know how to start a cannabis business? Get all knowledge and all the right tools in the 2 DAY cannabis business licensing and start-up seminar.   On November 12 & 13, 2016 – We are hosting a live cannabis business training & start-up seminar in the Fresno area to go over all aspects of cannabis business start-up, operation and how to get licensed in YOUR city or county, as well as cannabis cultivation training. 
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Cannabis Regulations Seminar – Pasadena SOLD OUT

Do you want to know how to start a cannabis business? Get all knowledge and all the right tools in the 2 DAY cannabis business licensing and start-up seminar.   On December 10 & 11, 2016 – We are hosting a live cannabis business training & start-up seminar in Los Angeles area to go over all aspects of cannabis business start-up, operation and how to get licensed in YOUR city or county, as well as cannabis cultivation 
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Cannabis Business Regulations Seminar – Sacramento SOLD OUT

Do you want to know how to start a marijuana business? Get all knowledge and all the right tools in the 2 DAY marijuana business licensing and start-up seminar in Sacramento.   On December 3 & 4, 2016 – 420 College will be hosting a live marijuana business start-up seminar in Sacramento to go over all aspects of cannabis “dispensary” and “delivery” service and cultivation business start-up, operation and how to get licensed in YOUR city or county. Our 
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Voters in Fillmore will be asked in November whether the city should tax the sale and cultivation of marijuana, even though selling and growing it for any reason is illegal in the city and will remain so into the foreseeable future. But city leaders said they wanted to have a tax mechanism in place in case the council changes its mind later, especially if Californians vote Nov. 8 to legalize recreational marijuana. “It’s a precaution in case marijuana 
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CLOVIS, Calif. (KFSN) — They call it the new gold rush, supporters of Prop 64 said it’s on the brink of taking California– but in Clovis families want no part. “It’s still going to be a problem. I still see it as a black cloud over the Central Valley,” said Jonathan Skogsberg, Clovis resident. The legalization of recreational marijuana is on the ballot this November. So far, polls show a majority of voters support it, 
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The Livermore City Council decided not to regulate the delivery of medical marijuana to patients in Livermore. The council asked for information on a potential ordinance to set rules for a dispensary. Currently, deliveries are made from dispensaries outside the city. The council had asked for information on setting up regulations regarding delivery service. With two measure on the November ballot that deal with the use of marijuana, the council determined that it would be 
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Rules and restrictions regarding marijuana businesses were up for discussion in Dixon Tuesday. The Dixon City Council approved 5-0 a first reading of an ordinance that would tax marijuana-related businesses. The ordinance discussed Tuesday will take effect if Dixon voters approve Measure K in November. If approved, the measure would impose a business license tax of up to 15 percent of the gross receipts for all marijuana-related businesses. It would repeal the existing prohibition against 
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