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Inland Empire Medical Marijuana News Edition Date July 23, 2014
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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Palo Verde Valley Times - July 11th, 2014
Three councilmen voted Tuesday night to let Blythe voters decide whether they want a medical marijuana dispensary in town. While vice mayor Tim Wade, and councilmen Joey DeConinck and Oscar Galvan each voted to have the decision placed on the ballot, Mayor Mike Evans and councilman Wayne Cusick each dissented.

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The Desert Sun - July 10th, 2014
CATHEDRAL CITY – The City Council deadlocked Wednesday night on whether to lift Cathedral City's ban on medical marijuana dispensaries. Councilman Sam Toles was absent.

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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 worker who, caught off-guard, laughed hesitantly. That was it. We drove off without even getting out of the car.

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USA Today - July 5th, 2014
DESERT HOT SPRINGS, Calif. -- A desperate, crime-ridden desert town, reeling from a recent brush with bankruptcy, has turned to an unlikely savior to pay for its embattled police force — marijuana.

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SF Weekly - July 2nd, 2014
As uneasy peaces go, it's not quite Israelis and Palestinians holding hands or dogs and cats living together. But it is close. California's legal-marijuana supporters and the state's powerful police lobby — sworn enemies from the dawn of drug prohibition and intractable political opponents for the 18 years medical cannabis has been legal — are going forward together on rules for a statewide weed market.

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East Bay Express - July 2nd, 2014
Green, twenty-foot-tall fields of research hemp might be waving in the Davis breeze by the next year in a startling breakthrough for California hemp advocates who have been working for decades to grow the plant.

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East Bay Express - June 24th, 2014
Major marijuana law reform groups have begun to oppose a historic bill to regulate medical cannabis in California, citing the hundreds of thousands of patients in counties with bans that would remain without access.

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SF Weekly - June 24th, 2014
Drugs are powerful stuff, indeed: under their influence, even firebrand Ayn Rand libertarians and big-government, left-leaning Democrats can find common ground.

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SF Gate - June 23rd, 2014
Advocacy groups like the Drug Policy Alliance, Marijuana Policy Project, and Americans for Safe Access are urging citizens to contact their Senator today as a historic vote on de-funding the war on weed nears.

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Americans for Safe Access - June 21st, 2014
Every year, The Senate approves a series of appropriations bills that formally sets the budget for various governmental departments and agencies. The Commerce, Justice, Science, and other Agencies (CJS) appropriations bill determines the budget of the DOJ and Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) for the coming fiscal year.

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The Desert Sun - June 18th, 2014
Eight applicants are vying for the fourth and final license to operate a medical marijuana collective in Palm Springs. “The applications will be reviewed by several city departments for compliance with the code,” said Jay Thompson, Palm Springs city clerk, in an email. “After review and analysis, the applications will be presented to the city council for consideration and award the fourth permit.”

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Palo Verde Valley Times - June 12th, 2014
BLYTHE, Calif. - With a 3-2 vote, Blythe City Council authorized City Manager Frank Luckino and staff to derive an ordinance that repeals a medical marijuana dispensary ban put into place in January of 2010. In a separate 3-2 vote, city staff will introduce a new ordinance draft that will allow dispensaries to open for business under strict guidelines.

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Drug War Chronicle - June 11th, 2014
Congressional Democrats who voted wrong on medical marijuana catch some flak, California continues to struggle with regulating medical marijuana, while other states struggle to get bills passed. Let's get to it:

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