Sep 11, 2015

California government leaders reach deal to regulate medical pot - SFGate

SACRAMENTO — State lawmakers announced late Thursday that they have struck a deal to regulate and license the multi-billion dollar medical marijuana industry, with the news coming ahead of a final push to finish dozens of end-of-session bills ahead of a Friday deadline. The deal among the Senate, Assembly and Gov. Jerry Brown will be contained in three bills, which will require state and local...

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