Closed Session 11 apr. San Luis Obispo County has found itself in a unique quandary - a staff drafted ordinance emerged that appears to have no one claiming credit for having developed it. Passed as part of the June budget deal, SB 94 is the first 'meat on the bones' legislation that advances the marijuana framework established after Prop The Trump administration has signaled that it may again start cracking down on recreational marijuana. The second part of our interview with Joe Devlin, the Chief of Policy and Enforcement for cannabis in the city of Sacramento.
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This first in the nation change may bring changes to a select group of growers but for the vast majority of indoor growers this may be more public relations than substance. Passed as part of the June budget deal, SB 94 is the first 'meat on the bones' legislation that advances the marijuana framework established after Prop Your hosts Mike Madrid and RE Graswich explain what the legislation does, its impacts and what the future of policy looks like in the state. Are these 'swoopers' good or bad for a city and the burgeoning cannabis industry? UC Davis has announced that their course curriculum will offer a new class specifically on "The Physiology of Cannabis". Do dispensaries decrease or increase crime?