Signal Hill City Council conducts cannabis workshop – The Signal Trib…

Courtesy City of Signal Hill
Slide from a cannabis-workshop presentation shared by city staff at the Aug. 13 Signal Hill City Council meeting, indicating areas of the city that state law excludes from cannabis-related commercial activity should the city decide to allow it.

During its Aug. 13 meeting, the Signal Hill City Council conducted a third cannabis workshop in the city following two community meetings in May and June. It agreed to continue research into costs and revenues and survey…

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EDITORIAL: Time to clear the pot smoke | Editorials | Opinion

You have to give them credit for entrepreneurial spirit, if nothing else.

After all, the pot shop operators on the Millbrook reserve near Truro are only doing what businesspeople all over the world do. They spot an opportunity or a market that is not being served and they figure out a way to serve it.

The opportunity in question is a possible chink in the law on cannabis sales in Canada.

Michael Stephens of Sma’knis Trading figured that…

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The Business of Cannabis Pt 2 | 7pmnews

Earlier this month the TTPS destroyed over 10 million dollars in marijuana seized.

That’s a small percentage of the total value, of the illegal marijuana trade in T&T.

Rynessa Cutting sat down with Marcus Ramkissoon — a Certified Cannabis Expert and government consultant, to find out, how much money stands to be made, should marijuana be decriminalised

Nation and world news briefs | National

Stowaway found on flight from Havana to Miami

MIAMI — A stowaway was found early Friday on a flight that arrived at Miami International Airport from Havana.

A Miami airport spokesman confirmed to the Miami Herald that the man was found hiding in the plane and said he was taken into custody by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Customs and Border Protection said…

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State suspends marijuana testing lab’s license over fake results


Even if voters choose to legalize marijuana for recreational use, employers can still fire or decline to hire someone who tests positive.
Kathleen Gray, Detroit Free Press Lansing Bureau

The number of marijuana testing facilities, already considered small to handle the growing number of pot producers in the state, shrunk from six to five Friday when the state suspended the license of a Walled Lake business on accusations of faking test results.

The state Marijuana Regulatory…

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