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Inland Empire Medical Marijuana News Edition Date October 25, 2014
The Sun - October 18th, 2014
Word is spreading that San Bernardino and the National Orange Show is a platform for pot-related events and the push toward legalizing marijuana. And San Bernardino’s William Cioci, 44, is among those who believes it. The venue — known for years as a community gathering place for big events, from The Rolling Stones performing to auto racing — is becoming known statewide for its friendliness toward marijuana events.

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KALW News - October 17th, 2014
Ups and downs for dispensaries… Thousands arrested for possession in California… DEA looks across our northern border… Hillary’s cannabis joke… and more

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Los Angeles Times - October 16th, 2014
California should strengthen its regulation of the medical marijuana industry if the state wants to avoid federal intervention, Deputy Atty. Gen. James M. Cole said Thursday in an interview with The Times.

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East Bay Express - October 16th, 2014
Pot may be federally illegal, but so is police activity that violates due process. This week, a federal court sided with California medical marijuana patients who are suing Lake County officials for the possibly illegal removal of their cannabis plants. Federal judge Thelton Henderson issued an injunction against the county Tuesday, saying police have to stop ripping up gardens without due process.

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Los Angeles Times - October 16th, 2014
California should strengthen its regulation of the medical marijuana industry if the state wants to avoid federal intervention, Deputy Atty. Gen. James M. Cole said Thursday in an interview with The Times.

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The Washington Post - October 15th, 2014
A new report from the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice adds to the growing body of evidence that legalizing or decriminalizing marijuana does not lead to any number of doomsday scenarios envisioned by legalization opponents. Looking specifically at California, where full marijuana decriminalization went into effect on Jan. 1, 2011, the report finds that "marijuana decriminalization in California has not resulted in harmful consequences for teenagers, such as increased crime, drug overdose, driving under the influence, or school dropout. In fact, California teenagers showed improvements in all risk areas after reform."

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SF Weekly - October 15th, 2014
Tensions are high this year in marijuana country, where rumors of a gang of mysterious armed men — who descend from the sky in helicopters to cut down cannabis gardens — have been swirling for the past few months.

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Drug War Chronicle - October 15th, 2014
A major report on CBD cannabis oil products come out, San Diego may soon get its first legal dispensary (it's only been 18 years!), patients in the Northeast grumble, the Illinois program gets lots of applicants, and more. Let's get to it:

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KALW News - October 15th, 2014
Medical marijuana is legal in California. Medical marijuana is not legal in California. Both statements are sort of true; while pot shops are allowed statewide, cities still have the right to ban them. In fact, 200 cities already do. That’s left patients on their own to navigate through California’s conflicting and chaotic marijuana laws.

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The Press-Enterprise - October 12th, 2014
A raid on a marijuana grow near Temecula last month touched off rumors of unidentified armed men descending from a helicopter to steal marijuana plants. Only it wasn’t an act of criminals. It was law enforcement, officials said.

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The Sun - October 12th, 2014
SAN BERNARDINO >> At least 10 medical marijuana collectives represented by the same attorney plan to sue the city over its decision to double down on its dispensary ban, alleging that the action violated the state’s open-meeting law.

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SF Gate - October 10th, 2014
Practically everyone expects Attorney General Kamala Harris to win re-election handily in November. The Democrat won 53 percent of the vote in a crowded June primary. A rising star expected to ascend someday to the governorship, or perhaps a U.S. Senate seat, Harris has won the endorsement of major newspapers. She’s such an attractive candidate that, even though it was true, President Obama had to apologize last year for calling her “by far the best-looking attorney general” in the country.

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Drug War Chronicle - October 8th, 2014
California cultivation fights continue, it's nail-biting time for the Florida initiative, Colorado wants to tweak its system, a Pennsylvania bill appears stalled for now, and more. Let's get to it:

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The Sun - October 8th, 2014
SAN BERNARDINO >> A study into possibly allowing some medical marijuana dispensaries is out, and a new program of more aggressive enforcement is in. That’s the decision the City Council came to in a closed-session discussion Monday, City Attorney Gary Saenz said.

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SF Weekly - October 8th, 2014
Attorney General Kamala Harris has laughed her way out of the good graces of California's marijuana industry. In turn, some of the state's weed players are now backing the AG's Republican challenger. This is a sea change from four years ago. When Harris was still San Francisco's district attorney, the city's cannabis establishment threw her a fundraiser in a posh SoMa apartment. Then, attendees say, she was approachable and sympathetic.

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