The cluster**** of marijuana legalization initiatives in California just became a moot point. Internet billionaire Sean Parker has officially brought forth his group’s cannabis legalization measure and submitted language to get it on the ballot; if the language is approved, the mighty task of signature gathering can begin.
An attempted marijuana theft gone horribly wrong has left three people dead and two Northern California growers facing serious jail time.
Two growers, who are also brothers from the small town of Rail Road Flat in Calaveras County, have been arrested following a fatal shooting near their grow site early Tuesday morning that left three unarmed would-be burglars dead.
There are many legalization initiatives lining up to battle it out in 2016 to get on the California statewide ballot. Yet any measure without money backing it is as worthless as the paper it's printed on. You may not like the system, but that’s too bad; the system dominates whether you like it or not.
Among the bills that Governor Jerry Brown rushed to submit last week, three were signed into law on Friday finally establishing regulations for medical marijuana in California — Assembly Bill 266, Assembly Bill 243 and Senate Bill 643. Thankfully, these bills have been gutted since their passing from the legislature to the Governor.
A cool thing is happening in the fire-ravaged section of Northern California. Well, as cool as things can get when the third worst fire in California history is burning down the neighborhood.
Thousands of area residents have been forced to evacuate their homes, leaving them with little or no access to essential daily items — including medical marijuana.