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Los Angeles Ponders the Prohibition of Concentrate Production
As Los Angeles unfurls its long list of rules and regulations, as part of its effort to establish order in the state’s legal weed industry, input has been effusive and pencil pushing endless.
Home to four million people, L.A, is set to be a blockbuster market, but city voters want their say in how the operation is going to be set up.
One thing folks don’t want is for anyone to set anything on fire. After all, California is only just now recovering from a long period of drought, and they hate the smell of smoke.
That being the case, City Hall’s proposal to outlaw “volatile cannabis manufacturing” may seem logical to some, but it’s not going down too well among dabbers, not to mention practical matters like millions in lost revenue.
Why Jeff Sessions’ Successor Could Be Worse for Drug Reform
Someday—perhaps someday very soon, judging by how often his boss is harassing him into obstructing justice, online—Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III will no longer be attorney general of the United States.
When Sessions goes, the U.S. will be different: An authoritarian embodiment of the Republicans’ Southern Strategy, who has no compunction against lying under oath about meetings with foreign agents trying to influence the democratic process, will no longer run the U.S. Justice Department.
That will be good!
Less good is the fact that Sessions’s replacement, whomever he (and it will almost certainly be a he) turns out to be—Rudy Giuliani, Ted Cruz, Hulk Hogan—may wield broad new powers to unilaterally ramp up the drug war, outlawing new substances without input from Congress or the public.
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