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COULD PASADENA’S CANNABIS APPLICATION PROCESS SIGNAL A NEW, COMMON SENSE APPROACH TO REGULATION? By Steve Crane On June 5, 2018, Pasadena voters approved Ballot Measures to allow a limited number of cannabis retailers, cultivators, and testing labs to operate within specific zoning areas in the City. In response to the voter mandate, City staff developed the application 
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PALS WINS FIRST DISPENSARY LICENSE IN BISHOP, CA When Jake and Alina Wagoner opened PALS Collective in Bishop, CA back in 2014, the environment surrounding medical marijuana was not quite as open and supporting as it is today. The idea that marijuana could be used as a medicine did not resonate with many of the locals in 
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Cannabis legalization, aka the Green Rush, is sweeping the nation. The billion-dollar cannabis industry is pulling in more money on an annual basis than any of the analytical statistics or individuals who have extensive years of college behind them can anticipate or predict. Washington State, Oregon, Alaska, Colorado and  Washington DC have laws in place allowing for 
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BCC-Cannabis Proposed Regulations Seminar – Sacramento

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 education & training in Sacramento. On December 9 & 10, 2017 – We are hosting a live cannabis business proposed regulations seminar in Sacramento area to go over all aspects of cannabis business regulations, start-up, operation and how 
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The agency gave no clue whether it will remove pot from its Schedule 1 category of dangerous drugs.   Editor’s Note: In light of Huffington Post’s report (below) about the DEA’s plans to decide by mid-year whether or not marijuana’s classification should be changed from a Schedule I to a Schedule II drug, Cannabis Business Times (CBT) 
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