www.WeedMaps.com In part four of this series, Gil from WeedMaps will take you back stage to meet the winners of this year’s High Times Medical Cannabis Cup which took place in Richmond, California, across the bay from San Francisco. This two day smokathon featured some of the highest quality…
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San Francisco District Attorney Gascón: Medical Pot Sales Are Illegal
Gascon's office filed the memo in San Francisco County Superior Court in a case against a medical cannabis dispensary that delivered the anti-nausea drug to a collective member. The name of the dispensary has been redacted in the memo, but according to …
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Larimer County DUI court aims to halt revolving door
There's no drinking, no drugs, no medical marijuana. Home visits from people running the program, along with probation, help keep the participants accountable. A team reviews their progress; positive action can result in rewards such as gift cards, …
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BC court mulls challenge to medical marijuana laws
By LOUISE DICKSON, timescolonist.com March 10, 2012 10:08 PM On March 28, BC Supreme Court Justice Robert Johnston will set a date for his decision on a Victoria man's constitutional challenge to Health Canada's medical marijuana access regulations.
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San Francisco medical marijuana advisory group member faces charges in Sonoma County
The west Sonoma County barn fire that destroyed a marijuana cultivation operation and led to the arrest of three people has ensnared a member of the medical marijuana advisory group to the San Francisco District Attorney.
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Bringewatt sentenced to 180 days
Former auto dealer and manager Dale Bringewatt was sentenced Monday to 180 days in jail and five years of probation for theft. Bringewatt, 51, was found guilty of stealing from his old employer, Bob Spady Motors. He pleaded no contest March 14 to the charge of theft.
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A CLOSER LOOK; ADDICTION, PART 2 OF 2: Floyd County native discovers life after prison
Andrew Tesch looks over a criminal citation manual inside a branch of the Harrison County Public Library recently. Tesch will begin studying for his bachelors degree this fall at the University of Louisville.
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