Industry Leaders Trying To Stop Flood Of Pot Businesses Into Sacramento’s Warehouse District
Half of the companies that have been approved by the city to grow and manufacture marijuana are eyeing a certain district for their business location.
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Half Of Sacramento’s Proposed Marijuana Businesses Want To Move To This Neighborhood
Half of the applications to grow and manufacture marijuana in the city of Sacramento are eyeing one industrial neighborhood — and its business leaders want to stop a flood of pot in the area. Since it began accepting submissions in April of last year, the city has received 160 applications for pot grows and processing companies. But 80 hope to open shop in the industrial warehouse district near Power Inn Road. (Moffitt, 2/13)
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How Much Privacy Do You Have When You Buy Marijuana In California?
Should California’s marijuana customers be worried about the federal government charging them with a crime? That’s the provocative question a reader asked us after we published Pot 101, an article that outlines what you can and can’t legally do under the state’s recreational marijuana law, Proposition 64. (Nichols, 2/13)