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    A Big LEAP In Support For California's Recreational Pot Legalization Initiative

    On July 1, the California Secretary of State's office formally announced that California's first recreational marijuana legalization initiative, the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, or AUMA, will appear on this November's ballot as Proposition 64. Now, one of California's most prominent drug reform...
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    Grower Groups Skeptical About Legalization Ballot Measure

    The architects and defenders of Proposition 64, the upcoming statewide referendum that would legalize adult cannabis use in California, say that they've gone to great lengths to address concerns expressed by the medical-cannabis community, which is split on the question of adult legalization...
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    MMJ - The Smoother-Outer

    I hear the AUMA has made it to the ballot. Which way are you leaning? - Imonda Phince The Adult Use of Marijuana Act has made it to the ballot. California voters will get a chance to join Oregon, Washington, Colorado and Alaska by legalizing recreational marijuana use for adults. Other states...
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    Legal Pot Is A Civil Liberty

    The American Civil Liberties Union, aka the ACLU, is here to fight for your rights. Smoking weed is apparently one of them. Amen. Backers of an initiative headed for the November ballot that would legalize recreational marijuana announced today that the ACLU of California is in their...
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    How Recreational Marijuana Will Change L.A., And How It Won't

    Critics and activists decried the invasion of dispensaries into neighborhoods like Eagle Rock and South Carthay, and the city cracked down. In 2007 a moratorium was declared in L.A., and about 135 dispensaries that had registered with the city at the time were ultimately grandfathered in as...
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    Momentum's Building To Legalize Pot This Year In California

    There are increasing signs that 2016 might just be the year the largest state in the nation legalizes recreational marijuana. Polls have shown from 56 percent to 60 percent of California's likely voters in the November presidential contest support legal pot. And due in part to hefty financial...
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    Sean Parker Doubles Down On Marijuana Legalization; Still Won't Say Why

    Sean Parker has doubled his investment in marijuana legalization. Following an initial $500,000 investment earlier in the year, the former Facebook president – who, in his mid-30s, is settling into a new lifestyle as a billionaire philanthropist and angel investor for political causes – donated...
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    Marijuana Plan Backed By Billionaire Sean Parker On Path To California Ballot

    Proposal backed by Silicon Valley's Sean Parker would allow for the retail sale to adults 21 and older, potentially bringing in more than $1bn a year in tax revenue. A plan backed by Silicon Valley billionaire Sean Parker to legalize recreational use of marijuana in California is on the path...