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Come join other like minded people in the pro cannabis community. Public opinion has recently shifted such that a majority now favor legalization. But in California, the first of the States to approve medical marijuana going back to 1996, recreational use is still prohibited. Cities and local governments continue to oppose permitting storefront sales. Delivery services are subject to arrest and felony prosecution.
Clearly there is conflict between a majority opinion of the people and the laws in California. Despite this conflict, marijuana plays an important role in the lives of many people, as a medicine, as a business and as a way of life.
As marijuana makes it way back to the mainstream, this Meetup is being organized as an open forum to discuss all things marijuana: art, business, culture, growing, harvesting, hemp, law, medicine, politics and psychology among many more. I plan to facilitate discussions so that we can share information and benefit from our experiences during this time of conflict.
Since we do share a common agenda in favor of legalization, it is important to present a positive image. How can we continue to build public opinion in favor of legalization?
Mendocino County officials and the medical marijuana patients once participating in the 99 program, can breathe a deep sigh of relief this morning. Apparently Melinda Hagg, the Northern California’s US Atty. Gen., or one of her superiors had an epiphany. And it was during this moment of utter clarity, that it was decided chasing after County compliant patients, in a state that voted for medical marijuana, was less than a good idea.
A San Rafael man who was serving a robbery sentence in the Marin County Jail was rebooked in the jail for a separate residential burglary after his DNA was found on broken glass at the burgled residence, a Marin County sheriff’s lieutenant said.
Brandon Melvin Spencer, 20, was serving time in the jail in connection with the armed robbery at the Going Green marijuana dispensary in Santa Venetia in April, Lt. Jamie Scardina said.
August 9-11th 2013
@ The Craneway Pavilion
1414 Harbour Way South
Richmond, Ca 94804
We are a trade show type event with various packages available for your products to be displayed in a positive atmosphere.
Bay Area Hempfest is a upscale educational event to promote awareness.
The purpose of the Bay Area Hempfest is to unite everyone in
calling for sweeping reforms in America’s laws against hemp and cannabis. This event is produced by Bay Area Hempfest LLC.
Our event schedule has a legal panel, activist panel, and live entertainment.
For Prop.215 patients we feature an area for them to use their legal medicine, learn about new products, and congregate in a safe environment.
Our goal is to bring the community a positive message and educate them
We pride ourselves on having a fun event full of vendor booths,
entertainment with comedy, live demonstrations, and well know recording
artists keeping things jumping!!!
Feel free to contact me at your leisure about attending this years event.
The Los Angeles City Clerk announced Monday that proponents of a ballot measure aimed at imposing a $60 business tax on every $1,000 worth of marijuana sold in Los Angeles had gathered enough signatures on a qualifying petition—and that the Los Angeles City Council is required to submit the proposal for a public vote.
Because the measure contains tax provisions adopted by voters under “Measure M” in the March 8, 2011, elections, the City Council “must submit the proposed ordinance to a vote of the electorate at the next election at which all the qualified voters of the City are entitled to vote,” City Clerk June Lagmay said.
The announcement by Lagmay comes five days after a separate initiative also garnered enough signatures to be sent to the City Council. With that measure, which would create an ordinance limiting the number of marijuana storefronts in the city to 100, operating under stricter regulations, the council has three options: Adopt the ordinance; call a special election; or place it on the ballot of the city election on May 21.
Both petitions gathered the mandatory 41,138 signatures, following a random sampling procedure in which at least 5 percent of all the signatures were examined, according to the city clerk.
The City Council voted in July 2012 to ban all storefront dispensaries but reversed its decision three months later when medical marijuana supporters gathered enough signatures to repeal the ban. The Los Angeles City Attorney’s office last year proposed a “Limited Immunity Ordinance” that would exempt a certain number of marijuana clinics from enforcement, in accordance with a plan proposed by Councilman Paul Koretz.
The City Council is expected to address the proposal to tax marijuana clinics before Jan. 30, according to the city clerk’s statement.