Jun 07, 2015

Marijuana fact-finding tour the new political field trip - San Francisco Chronicle

Here, the scientific term “cannabis” is preferred, and fear of law enforcement still runs high. Yet, the fact that top officials even made the trek is a sign of how California’s 50,000-plus cannabis farmers are already becoming a political force. Growers are shaping potential 2016 ballot measures to legalize recreational use of marijuana and influencing legislation in Sacramento that would...

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