Oct 09, 2015

Gov. Brown signs bills regulating medical marijuana industry - SFGate

Nearly 20 years after voters made California the first state in the nation to legalize the medical use of marijuana, Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday signed a package of bills to regulate the multi-billion dollar medicinal cannabis industry. The stringent and comprehensive regulations create an enforceable framework for governing virtually every aspect of the business in California — from licensing...

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