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Month: February 2019

Sonoma COPS episodes airing – don’t miss our green pharmers at their best

Moday 10 PM Paramount Network. https://www.sfgate.com/tv/article/Sonoma-County-police-officers-Cops-TV-13643280.php#item-85307-tbla-5

To ensure public health and safety, impose a two-year moratorium on marijuana legalization (The Hill)

Marijuana legalization is gaining momentum across the country, backed by supportive public opinion, politicians, Wall Street investors and the increasingly influential for–profit cannabis industry. By 2025, the legal U.S. marijuana market could be a roughly $50 billion business as a cornucopia of cannabis-based products become easily available in shops and online. But in the rush to legalize…
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Commentary: Sonoma County can do more to protect rural residents from fires (Cloverdale Reveille)

Last November, the world watched with horror as residents of Paradise tried to escape from an oncoming wildfire on clogged roads, some so desperate that they abandoned their vehicles and fled on foot. Government can reduce the risk from wildfires. Our county government should properly enforce the state’s fire safe road regulations to stop new…
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A LEGAL VICTORY AGAINST THE MARIJUANA INDUSTRY – or How to get rid of your local pot farm using RICO.

Crimson Galeria Limited Partnership v. Healthy Pharms, Inc., (D MA 2018) Civil Action No. 17-cv-11696-ADB The federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act prohibits a person (also a corporation) from investing in, acquiring, or participating in the affairs of an enterprise that engages in racketeering activity. RICO applies to “medical” marijuana and recreational marijuana…
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Sonoma County can do more to protect rural residents from fires (Bohemian)

Last November, the world watched with horror as residents of Paradise tried to escape from an oncoming wildfire on clogged roads, some so desperate that they abandoned their vehicles and fled on foot. Government can reduce the risk from wildfires. Sonoma County should enforce the state’s fire-safe road regulations to stop new development in fire-prone…
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