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Spent the first 2 weeks trying to stop the city of San Jose from shutting down cannabis clubs. Turned in Signatures the 18th (5 years to the day from when I opened the 1st club), and shutdown one of my cannabis club locations. Found out we didn't qualify on the 21st, and got jacked by our inventory manager, Jimmy, who stole $5,400 cash...
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silversurfer:
Sounds pretty harsh all right.  August will be better than that, I'm guessing.
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Marijuana Control, Legalization and Revenue Act Still Seeking Money to Make 2014 a Reality

SAN JOSE, CA — 04/02/14 — April Fool’s Day, was in actuality, far from a joke for marijuana legalization supporters in California. The Harsh Reality: As of today, April 2, 2014, incredibly, no billionaire or any major investor has actually come forward to help get legalization on the ballot this...
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I'm hosting an event tomorrow at a collective in San Jose. I've got a bunch of free tickets, if anyone wants come, hit me up.

More info:

SAVE the GREEN! THIS SUNDAY 3/16/2014

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Inside All American Cannabis Club, a working San Jose pot shop

Medical marijuana collectives and dispensaries walk a fine line. Like any business they have to grow to thrive. Grow too big, however, and the risk of getting shut down increases.

“As long as we have enough people coming in so the doors don’t have to close, we are fine,” said Dave Hodges, owner...
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2014 is here!

spacman:
Sick as fuck 
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Source: http://blogs.laweekly.com/informer/2013/12/kamala_harris_marijuana_initiative.php

At least two of three marijuana legalization measures vying for the November, 2014 ballot would be good for California, according to the state Attorney General's office.

See also: Marijuana Legalization Effort in California Delayed.

The Marijuana Control, Legalization and Revenue Act would decrease drug enforcement costs and increase tax revenue, Attorney General Kamala Harris...
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SAN JOSE, CA -- 11/05/13 -- Americans for Policy Reform (AFPR), the group behind the 2014 California Marijuana Legalization Initiative, the Marijuana Control, Legalization and Revenue Act (MCLR), released an executive summary of their latest survey data showing 64% of California voters want to legalize marijuana in 2014.

Over the past 3 months AFPR has conducted over a dozen Google Consumer Surveys to gauge voter...
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