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BURBANK - The first rule of operating a medical marijuana dispensary: Don't call it a dispensary. Call it a "collective" or "cooperative" instead, and that should get you on your way to legally running a pot clinic, according to a two-day seminar on starting up a medical marijuana business that began in Burbank on Saturday. The seminar, put on by 420 College, a Fresno-based marijuana industry training group, aims to provide the latest information on fast-changing pot laws and regulations for medical marijuana businesses.
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MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENT RIGHTS: Objective: to educate students on history, facts, and statistics about the illegal use of marijuana and provide the context in which, by state, patients can legally cultivate, process and use marijuana for medically recommended needs.
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420 College™ cannabis business workshops put you in front of TOP CANNABIS ATTORNEYS AND INDUSTRY LEADERS who specialize in cannabis business start up, regulations and operations in California. Our attorneys and industry leading professionals are going to be teaching YOU information they would gladly charge you up to $300 an hour privately.  Not to mention, all the extras that you’ll get such as cannabis testing labs presentation, insurance agents, merchant account providers, get professional grower’s information, some cooking instructions, 
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Get Started PROPERLY | LEGALLY | CONFIDENTLY. Business consultation, corporate structures, business entity and required documentation included.
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420 College Classes are for anyone* who wants to get involved, legally, in the medical marijuana industry explosion! Check the CALENDAR for NEXT Training DATES!
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Jan 2011 - Arizona | Attorney General Tom Horne is using a loophole in Prop 203 (the medicalmarijuana law that voters passed in 2010) on which to base his sales tax ruling. The law says would-be medical marijuana patients can get a “doctors’ recommendation” for the drug– not a prescription. Prescriptions are not taxable; doctors’ recommendations are. (This is like saying your doctor recommended aspirin or multi-vitamins; when you go to buy the aspirin or multi-vitamins, they are subject to sales tax.)
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