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  1. Ron Strider

    CO: Mesa County Sheriff's Deputy Finds 3,100 Pounds Of Marijuana In Moving Truck

    A Mesa County sheriff's deputy found 3,100 pounds of marijuana after stopping a speeding truck on Saturday, the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel reports. According to an arrest affidavit, the deputy pulled over a white Penske moving truck on a speeding violation on 29 Road in Fruitvale when...
  2. Ron Strider

    CA: La Mesa Council To Discuss Medical Marijuana

    Since the passage last November of a measure that opened the door for medical marijuana dispensaries to operate in La Mesa, some residents have become increasingly anxious about their presence. No dispensaries have received a permit to operate, but the city acknowledges that shops selling...
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    CA: Costa Mesa Voters Favoring Measure X

    Costa Mesa — Voters looked to be ushering in changes in how city leaders are elected and developments are approved, and were taking a more accepting stance on medical marijuana, according to early election results Tuesday night. Residents faced 10 ballot measures Tuesday, ranging from one...
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    CA: Costa Mesa Wants To Move Marijuana Dispensary Lawsuit To Federal Court

    Costa Mesa — Attorneys for the Costa Mesa Police Department filed a motion Monday seeking to move from state to federal court a lawsuit alleging officers exceeded their legal authority when they raided a former medical marijuana dispensary. Lawyers Dennis M. Cota and Daniel S. Roberts, who...
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    CA: Did Costa Mesa Police Have Warrants For Marijuana Dispensary Raid?

    Costa Mesa — A raid by Costa Mesa police at a medical marijuana dispensary that was caught on hidden cameras is being challenged by an attorney who alleges officers exceeded their legal authority during the operation. "These guys were doing this to shut down a business without due process...
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    CA: City Puts Alternative Growth And Marijuana Measures On Costa Mesa Ballot

    The November ballot in Costa Mesa will get a bit longer after City Council members decided Tuesday night to put city-authored initiatives on medical marijuana and growth up for a public vote this fall. Council members voted 3-2 to approve the proposed growth initiative, which was pitched as a...