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Medi-Pot Rules Still Struggling With Basics Like Cost, Jurisdiction
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Jerry Brown Is The Decider On California's Medical Marijuana Industry
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Herbal Mission Bucks Crackdown On San Francisco Marijuana Dispensaries
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A Medical Pot Pioneer's Story
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CA Citizen Lobby Day Is Monday August 4, 2014
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San Francisco Cannabis Clubs not only covers the city, the heart and epicenter of the Bay Area, but also some north bay counties such as Marin County, Napa County, San Mateo County, and Sonoma County. San Francisco Cannabis Clubs collects relevant news stories to give collectively to the medical marijuana patient community.  By compiling resources and collecting information from news publications and the web, our goal is to keep Bay Area medical marijuana patients in the know. These are the stories that are happening in your area, in your neighborhoods, and in your city.


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East Bay Express - July 30th, 2014
'Who would be in charge?' 'How much would it cost?' These are two basic questions to answer before you open up a lemonade stand let alone spearhead a landmark bill to regulate California's $1.8 billion legal medical pot industry. But with just one month left to do the deal, politicians in Sacramento really haven't gotten past these two basic steps.

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SF Weekly - July 29th, 2014
Jerry Brown is dominating. In the third act of his life, what the right-wingers dismissed just a few years ago as feeble effort for a curtain call is turning out to be more like a victory lap. He's cruising, barely contested, toward a second term in his second coming as California governor. He has taken advantage of an economic upswing to do what ...

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SF Gate - July 28th, 2014
Signs the war on weed is ending: The New York Times editorial board is coming out strongly in favor of legalization for adults 21 and over.

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Herald Tribune - July 26th, 2014
On a recent Saturday morning, Dennis Peron eased into a photo session by lighting up a joint. More than any other person in California, it was an act he helped make legal. Now 68, Peron walks and talks slowly, the result of a 2010 stroke. He and his spouse, John Entwistle, lead a quiet life — much quieter than when they were both fiery activists ...

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Americans for Safe Access - July 25th, 2014
ASA will host its annual CA Citizen Lobby Day on Monday, August 4, 2014. Hundreds of ASA Members and allies will meet for a special legislative briefing that day, before heading to the Capitol the meet with every Assembly and Senate Office. California Senator Lou Correa (D-Santa Ana) will be our guest speaker on Monday morning, and ASA will honor ...

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The Christian Post - July 25th, 2014
LOS ANGELES — A majority of California Latinos do not see marijuana possession or non-violent drug possession of any kind as a legitimate cause for deportation, according to a poll released by Latino Decisions and Presente.org Friday.

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SF Weekly - July 16th, 2014
Before there was medical marijuana, before there was legalization talk, there was free weed. It began here, and it began with AIDS. There are a few happy stories to come out of the dark days of AIDS in the 1980s. One is the woman who roamed the ward at San Francisco General Hospital, where the gay men were dying in droves, giving out ...

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Salem News - July 15th, 2014
The Fifteenth HIGH TIMES Medical Cannabis Cup was held at the Santa Rosa, California fairgrounds the last weekend of June, and we were there. It is the fifth time the massive two-day trade show and EXPO has been held in the San Francisco Bay Area. Each year, this event has increased in size and attendance.

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SF Gate - July 12th, 2014
Marijuana is in the news and you should get used to it. Washington state's retail marijuana stores opened Tuesday and Alaska will vote on legalization in November. Throw in monthly revenue updates from Colorado as well as perpetual exposes about marijuana edibles and e-joints, and you are going to get your weekly pot fix whether you like it or not.

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Marin Independent Journal - July 11th, 2014
Electronic cigarettes are getting the boot from all Golden Gate District property: Buses, ferries and the span itself. The Golden Gate Bridge board voted Friday to ban the cigarettes after getting complaints from bus riders.

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Cannabis Now Magazine - July 10th, 2014
“I was a young gay man trying to find myself in the beginning of the HIV/AIDS epidemic,” Christopher Esposito, director of Global Recruiting for Prezi, reveals when recalling the time cannabis and the AIDS communities connected for him.

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SF Weekly - July 9th, 2014
Dabbing is not for everyone. The super-concentrated hits of super-concentrated cannabis -- THC and CBD separated from nearly all plant material via a variety of increasingly-exotic, sometimes-proprietary method -- can leave even the hardy smokers stammering.

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Sonoma Portal - July 8th, 2014
For many people, “marijuana” suggests images of hoodlums and criminals crouching in back alleys or hippies with uncombed hair living on welfare. But gradually a new picture has emerged, of a plant anodyne with a remarkable ability to soothe suffering, even cure intractable diseases that have eluded the technological medicine that had once ...

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NBC News - July 7th, 2014
California cannabis growers may be making millions, but their thirsty plants are sucking up a priceless resource: water. Now scientists say that if no action is taken in the drought-wracked state, the consequences for fisheries and wildlife will be dire.

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VICE News - July 6th, 2014
Out on patrol with the San Francisco Police Department’s Bayview company, the cop I was riding with and I encountered a construction worker smoking a lunch-time joint near a building site at Hunters Point. The construction worker eyed our black and white taxi. “It’s lunch time,” the cop joked out the rolled-down window to the construction ...

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