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Where do you stand on the commercial cannabis issue in Plumas County? Learn more about it by clicking the Learning More at right, or click the links under the categories below.

Health
Community
Crime
CGRCO CGRCO
Fairchild Medical Center on Cannabis. Read

 

Medical cannabis is commercial. Read

Portola bans commercial cannabis activity. Read

Plumas & Props. 64 & 215. Read

Bay Area Fremont City Council moves to restrict personal grows. Read

Start of retail pot and Sacramento’s ‘discreet’ dispensaries. Read

Yuba declares state of emergency because of illegal pot grows. Read

Small timers are growing scared because state favors big pot. Read

California selling out small cannabis growers in favor of big ones. Read

The Golden State’s new pot laws are almost comically progressive. Read

Most of us were snookered by Prop. 64. But not the big growers. Read

Once permissive Calaveras bans commercial cannabis activity. Read

California Green Rush tax grab: 15% tax on pot purchases. Read

Yolo County readies medical marijuana tax ballot. Read

Rush of pot grows splits rural California. Read

Sessions hints at recreational pot crackdown. Read

Butane extraction lab, 300 lbs. of pot found in El Dorado County home. Read

Duo flew 260 pounds of marijuana from California to Orlando, feds say. Read

California considers ‘green banking’ as it transitions to fully legal pot. Read

California police fear more crime with marijuana legalization. Read

Wise to read and heed the rules when it comes to weed and Prop. 64. Read

In Roseville, you can sell spiritual, but not cannabis. Read

From rent houses to pot houses: Police discover huge grow homes. Read

Recreational marijuana is legal but stoned driving is tough to detect. Read

California moves to create public bank for pot businesses. Read

Sacramento firefighters put out attic fire and find illegal pot grow. Read

Cameron Park man arrested for illegally manufacturing honey oil. Read

 

One comment on “Learn

  1. Jack Bridge says:

    I am one who is against commercial grows. Plumas County would change dramatically – for the worse
    if we open the door to commercial grows.

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