SB 420 Tag

UC San Diego Student Wins $4.1 Million Suit Against DEA

When we see news items concerning the Drug Enforcement Administration, there’s usually a positive spin.  For example, though Californians have been embroiled in a bout with the federal government for some time over the legitimacy of medical marijuana, and its legality (SB 420 & Prop 215) the DEA continues to make busts in the state – without respecting voters’ wishes.  Now, however, Californians can chalk at least one more thing up in the negative column when it comes to this particular federal agency. And it involves a 23-year-old man named Daniel Chong. In April of 2012, the DEA conducted a drug raid...

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California State Court Unanimously Authorizes Local Governments Power to Ban Marijuana Dispensaries (SB 420 & Prop 215)

Beginning May 6th 2013, the California state court has unanimously ruled that cities and counties can select to ban medical marijuana dispensaries in their areas if they choose to.  This decision results from several other attempts in both Bakersfield and Riverside to use zoning regulations to fight the 17-year-old California law that allows the sale of marijuana for medical purposes (SB 420 & Prop 215). What counts as medical marijuana?  All portions of the plant and related products, such as buds, stalks, leaves, resin and fibers all count as marijuana according to SB420.  Remember, included in this category are any related...

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