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LA’s Great Opportunity

With the recent swearing in of new City officials in Los Angeles, the City Council is even more in favor of regulating storefront medical cannabis dispensaries.  With the new City Attorney Carmen Trutanich supporting Councilmember Dennis Zine’s motion to regulate … Continue reading

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The Cautious Optimism of Southern California

Last week our country’s newly appointed Attorney General Eric Holder was questioned about the continuing tactic of the DEA to target medical cannabis dispensaries in Southern California.  AG Holder responded to the media by addressing that they may be “surprised” … Continue reading

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Remember Who Wants To Bust You

While optimism permeates the greater medical cannabis community in light of the language coming from the new Obama Administration, we must keep in mind that wars see the most casualties in their final battles. The Drug War is no different … Continue reading

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Be of Good Change – The Most Wonderful Rally of the Year

California was busy with medical cannabis in year 2008. Our State legislature and many city councils passed resolutions condemning the actions of the DEA for threatening landlords, raiding dispensaries and undermining our State law. In the meantime most Southern California … Continue reading

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The Selective Prosecution Of Ronnie Naulls

Ronnie Naulls is a long time resident and business owner in Corona, CA. He is a husband, a parent, a member of the Chamber of Commerce. He is charitable, compassionate and has never been in trouble with the law, ever. … Continue reading

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Donate Now – Defend Elderly Medical Cannabis Patients

In August of last year, San Bernardino Co. authorities raided and arrested Richard McCabe and JoAnn Cates, a harmless, elderly couple. Just recently the San Bernardino Co. DA has charged them with cultivation, possession and intent to distribute. JoAnn states, … Continue reading

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Thank You Congressman John Conyers, Jr

After a very tough Year 2007 – nearly 50 raids in Southern California on patients and collectives – it ended on a fairly positive note. Chair of the House Judiciary Committee, Congressman John Conyers, Jr., provided a statement that was … Continue reading

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