Fresno Medical Marijuana News

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Fresno Medical Marijuana News Edition Date August 30, 2015
Time Magazine - March 30th, 2015
Marijuana growers in Northern California are worsening local effects of the historic drought that has gripped the state for the past four years, according to a new study from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.

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The Fresno Bee - March 6th, 2015
Two men and a woman were arrested in Selma after police found more than 400 marijuana plants and 20 guns inside their home. The Fresno County Sheriff’s Narcotics Enforcement Team served a search warrant Thursday at a home on the 13000 block of South Willow Avenue. Cudberto Flores, Sr., 48, Oralia Flores, 47, and Cudberto Flores, Jr., 20, were arrested after officers found the indoor marijuana grow, as well as an assortment of pistols, rifles and shotguns inside a safe.

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The Collegian - February 18th, 2015
Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims attended a “high-profile week for the president’s anti-drug agenda” in Washington, D.C., Feb. 5 at which she advocated for the federal government to send clearer messages when it comes to the legality of marijuana.

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The Sentinel - January 29th, 2015
A citywide ban on growing and distributing medical marijuana has been in effect for about two months, and local law enforcement is cracking down on local grow operations.

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Est Bay Express - January 28th, 2015
Potentially tens of thousands of visitors to California come here for medical reasons, but are being denied medical cannabis because of a widespread misinterpretation of state law, said San Francisco lawyer Lauren Vazquez.

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Huffington Post - January 12th, 2015
The recent Emerald Cup's 2016 California marijuana legalization panel may have been in the only hall of the Santa Rosa Fairgrounds not smelling of skunkweed, but there was still plenty of energetic buzz among the half dozen speakers. For the first time, the sometimes competitive factions of the state's cannabis movement were sitting at the same table, discussing what an evolved legalization measure might look like.

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Fresno Bee - January 10th, 2015
A marijuana operation caused an explosion that destroyed a southeast Fresno home late Friday night and severely burned two people. The “honey oil” operation, a process of extracting THC, the mind-altering chemical tetrahydrocannabinol, from the stems of plants, was happening in a room of a single-story home located on the 2000 block of South Fifth Street when the explosion occurred just before midnight.

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Fresno Bee - January 10th, 2015
The owner of a Fresno medical marijuana dispensary was arrested Monday for allegedly possessing methamphetamine and a handgun, Fresno Police Sgt. Jerardo Chamalbide said.

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The Fresno Bee - January 10th, 2015
The owner of a Fresno medical marijuana dispensary was arrested Monday for allegedly possessing methamphetamine and a handgun, Fresno Police Sgt. Jerardo Chamalbide said.

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The Leaf Online - January 10th, 2015
A diverse and passionate group of activists from every part of California gathered in Oakland to debate the shape and message of the state’s imminent 2016 cannabis legalization initiative. The event, a prohibition “post mortem” panel sponsored by the Coalition for Cannabis Policy Reform (CCPR), was notable for its relatively civil tone but also outlined some of the most difficult challenges facing a diverse state-wide movement attempting to present a unified front to voters over the 22 months between now and Election Day.

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SF Gate - January 9th, 2015
In another blow to critics of cannabis law reform, marijuana bastions such as San Francisco and Seattle are part of America’s top five healthiest cities. The money website NerdWallet analyzed fitness and health care data for the 50 largest U.S. metro areas and released their list Monday.

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East Bay Express - January 8th, 2015
Are California’s native Americans getting ready to grow Amsterdam marijuana? That seems likely according to the Lost Coast Outpost’s Hank Sims, who writes this week about an imminent deal to bring medical cannabis cultivation to a Northern California reservation.

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East Bay Express - January 6th, 2015
Several pro-cannabis groups are trying to attract followers and raise funds to draft a 2016 initiative and gather signatures for it. That effort kicks off Friday with an Oakland-centric seminar on what California activists can learn from the winning efforts in Oregon, Washington DC, and the rollout of legal pot in Colorado.

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The Sacramento Bee - January 5th, 2015
Here we go again. A new year means a new Legislature, complete with 37 new lawmakers, 38 new committee chairs and three leaders new to opening session atop their caucuses. They will bring a burst of activity to downtown Sacramento, where the corridors of the state Capitol, the coffee shops and the restaurants will soon hum with staff, lawmakers and lobbyists plying their trade.

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Contra Costa Times - January 4th, 2015
A single paragraph on the 88th page of the 701-page spending bill passed by Congress last month contains language that may signal a de-escalation of the federal government’s war on medical marijuana.

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