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ROSEVILLE, CA – Authorities confirmed an explosion at a local apartment complex Saturday evening, was caused by a marijuana-processing operation. Roseville police spokeswoman Dee Dee Gunther said the explosion, reported around 5:45 p.m., happened in a detached garage at the complex located on the 700 block of Gibson Drive. One…

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Battle Creek city commissioners will have their first chance to formally weigh in on proposed medical marijuana regulations at their meeting Tuesday. Among the new rules, the draft ordinances would require growers, also called caregivers, to obtain a city license for operating in certain commercial zones. Patients licensed by the…

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An overnight fire in a Sun Valley commercial building that authorities said contained substantial stores of marijuana was being investigated Sunday. The pot operation also has become a subject of the inquiry. A neighboring businessman described the adjacent tenants as friendly, but secretive and security-conscious. “I knew they weren’t operating…

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LAKEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Marijuana regulations for the commerical sale of medical pot are nearing completion with Monday’s final meeting of the group writing rules for how dispensaries operate. The regulators are planning to require pot shops to install expanded video surveillance to allow state officials to see everyone coming…

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Linda and Robert Lott want to grow marijuana in a Livonia warehouse and smoke it at a private social club Bloomfield Hills. They also want to smoke marijuana inside their home in Birmingham. Linda, 61, suffers from multiple sclerosis. Robert, 61, was recently diagnosed with glaucoma. Both husband and wife…

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We all have a little cannabis in us. At least that’s what narrator Peter Coyote said during Monday night’s screening of the Len Richmond film, “What if cannabis cured cancer.” The film was shown during a meeting for the University’s chapter of The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana…

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TUCSON – Over the long holiday weekend, the Tucson Sector Border Patrol seized more than 1,250 pounds of marijuana in three separate stops. On Friday, agents from the Ajo Station followed footprints of a suspected smuggling group and with the help of Customs and Border Protection recovered 13 bundles of…

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