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SIVA Enterprises
Burbank CA
3415
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SIVA Enterprises and its subsidiaries are an alliance of marijuana entities offering full service solutions to the cannabis industry. SIVA aligns itself with cannabis industry leaders and business experts to provide consulting, management, capital, partnership opportunities,...

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California NORML
San Francisco CA
1212
California NORML is on the forefront of reform in the Golden State, sponsoring the first legalization bill introduced in Californias Assembly. The organization meets every 3rd THU and tabled at THC Expo, sponsored NORML Conference Kick Off Party, and was quoted extensively in Cal...
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Ag t3 Consulting Group
Laguna Niguel
15530
Indoor Vertical Growing Consulting, Design & Build Firm
Ag T3 Consulting Group offers a wide range of consulting services with the necessary tools and expertise to help grow your business. We partner with our clients from start to finish, focusing on their needs while producin...

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Jennifer McGrath, Attorney
Huntington Beach CA
15519
Attorney Jennifer McGrath
Jennifer McGrath, Attorney
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Los Angeles Times | Feb 18, 2019
 Californias black market for pot is stifling legal sales. Now the governor wants to step up enforcement
A warden with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife hacks down marijuana plants found growing in a deep ravine in the Sierra Nevada foothills.
A warden with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife hacks down marijuana plants found growing in a deep ravine in the Sierra Nevada foothills.
(image:Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)
Patrick McGreevy
Before he was elected governor, Gavin Newsom was instrumental in legalizing marijuana for recreational use in California. Now, as he settles into office, he faces the challenge of fixing a system that has been slow to bloom. Newsom has urged patience with sluggish growth in the number of state-licensed cannabis businesses, saying he expected that such a complex regulatory system would take at least five years to fully develop. But a new report from the state Cannabis Advisory Committee on the first year of legal pot sales in California says there is problem that require....
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NORML | February 15, 2019
 Weekly Legislative Roundup 2/15/18
Carly Wolf
Welcome to the latest edition of NORMLs Weekly Legislative Roundup This was a big week for marijuana in Congress. The House Financial Services subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Financial Institutions held a hearing Wednesday to address the lack of access to basic banking services by state-legal marijuana businesses. Also this week Senator Brian Schatz D-HI and Representative Barbara Lee D-CA introduced legislation, The Veterans Medical Marijuana Safe Harbor Act, to expand and facilitate medical cannabis access to military veterans suffering from chronic pain, PTSD, ....
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Stop the Drug War | February 14, 201
 In Bid to Blunt Black Market, California Eyes Marijuana Tax Cuts
psmith
Steve DAngelo was prescient. As the era of legal recreational marijuana in California began just over a year ago, the East Bay medical marijuana maven expressed concerned that taxes on the newly legal industry were too high. Its going to mean that a significant number of people, less affluent consumers are going to turn to the lower prices of the underground market, he told KPIX 5 on January 1, 2018, the day it became legal in the state. A year later DAngelos concerns have been borne out. The state had estimated that retail marijuana sales would exceed the $3 billion in 2....
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San Francisco Chronicle | Feb. 11, 2019
 Bay Area marijuana businesses Apothecarium, Harborside in Canada deals


Shwanika Narayan and Carolyn Said
Two Bay Area pot retailers saw their owners strike deals with Canadian companies Monday, highlighting the financial edge Canada has gained in the marijuana industry since it became the first major economy to fully legalize cannabis in October. Oaklands Harborside, one of the nations largest dispensaries with 220 employees and some 100,000 clients, effected a complex transaction with Torontos Lineage Grow Co. The reverse takeover will allow Harborside to take the smaller companys listing on the Canadian Securities Exchange, which has become a favored home for U.S. marijuana....
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