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Marijuana Business Daily | November 8, 2018
 California Marijuana Notebook: L.A.s licensing logjam & mounting lawsuits for MJ businesses

John Schroyer
As the marijuana market in the Golden State grows and matures, business owners are facing dueling challenges: MJ entrepreneurs are finding its particularly tough to obtain a business permit in Los Angeles. Lawsuits involving trademarks and proprietary business information are popping around the state. L.A. stuck in neutral? Los Angeles has long been touted as among the biggest municipal markets in the world for the cannabis industry. However, it remains in a hurry-up-and-wait mode, which is frustrating hundreds of businesses waiting to tap the citys potential fo....
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Marijuana Policy Project | Nov 07, 2018
 Another election, and another historic night for marijuana reform

Michigan has passed legalization MPP played a central role in this campaign from start to finish. From coordinating the initiative drafting to overseeing the production of TV ads, MPP staffers worked alongside a excellent campaign team for two years to make Michigan the first state in the Midwest to adopt legalization. This is a huge win that will maintain our momentum in Washington, D.C. to pass a landmark federal reform bill through Congress in the near future. Utah passed medical marijuana MPP led the drafting process and played an important supporting role throughout t....
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NORML | November 7, 2018
 Marijuana Reform Scores Big Wins In Midterms

Marijuana reformers enjoyed numerous federal, state, and local victories last night. Here are the highlights. STATE BALLOT INITIATIVES Florida: Sixty-three percent of Florida voters approved Amendment 4, which amends the state constitution to restore voting privileges to those with non-violent felony convictions including tens of thousands of those convicted of marijuana-related offenses. Passage of the amendment is anticipated to reinstate voting rights to some 1.4 million Floridians. Michigan: Voters by a margin of 56 percent to 44 percent approved Proposal 1, legaliz....
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CANN Media Group | October 22, 2018
 Californias New Regs Say Goodbye to Brokers, Branding

Dana Leigh Cisneros
On Friday, Californias three cannabis licensing agencies released revisions to the proposed permanent regulations. Some of the changes were minor, while others took the industry by surprise. By far, the most significant changes came from the Bureau of Cannabis Control BCC. Public comments will be accepted through November 5, 2018. Why we have regulations in the first place Before getting too far into the specifics of some of the more substantial changes, it is important to understand that regulations merely clarify existing law; regulations do not create law. Specifically....
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