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California Cannabis Regulations Seminar – Pasadena

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 Pasadena.   On January 13 & 18, 2018 – We are hosting a live cannabis business training & start-up seminar in Pasadena area to go over all aspects of cannabis business start-up, operation 
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The long-awaited proposed regulations under Proposition M for L.A.’s current and future medical (and recreational) marijuana operators are finally out. The 51 pages of initial regulations (that are now in a 60-day public comment period) cover the governance of cultivators, manufacturers, distributors, testing facilities, transporters, retailers, and microbusinesses in significant detail under Proposition M. Here are the highlights from the proposed operator 
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Cannabis Business Traininig Seminar – Pasadena

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 Pasadena.   On April 1 & 2, 2017 – We are hosting a live cannabis business training & start-up seminar in Pasadena area to go over all aspects of cannabis business start-up, 
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Cannabis Business Education & Traininig – Pasadena

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 Pasadena. On February 4 & 5, 2017 – We are hosting a live cannabis business training & start-up seminar in Pasadena area to go over all aspects of cannabis business start-up, operation 
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Los Angeles County supervisors voted Tuesday to extend by one year a temporary ban on medical marijuana cultivation and distribution in unincorporated areas. The vote came ahead of a possible statewide vote to legalize recreational marijuana and over the objections of medical marijuana patients and growers. The county put in place an initial 45-day ban earlier this year 
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