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Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Tue, April, 30th 2013 by THCFinder

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DEA raids San Diegos One on One Patients Association

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Wed, April, 24th 2013 by THCFinder
One on One Patients Association at 923 6th Ave. in San Diego is being raided this morning by the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration, according to owner Kenneth Cole. Local media confirms it.
 
No word yet on arrests, but Cole said the D.E.A. is seizing One on One cash, marijuana, security cameras and other equipment.
 
In 1996 and 2003, California voters and the state legislature legalized marijuana for qualified patients, caregivers and their associations, but San Diego law enforcement follow the federal government’s line: marijuana is not medicine and is illegal.
 
Local police working with the D.E.A. have spent the last 17 months shutting down every medical marijuana access point in town. They’ve also been raiding small private collectives. Open for two years, One on One was the last permitted dispensary publicly operating in the city of San Diego.
 

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L.A. City Council Takes Battle Against Unregulated Marijuana Shops to the Ballot

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Wed, April, 24th 2013 by THCFinder

Proposition D was put on the ballot by L.A. City Council. It caps the number of dispensaries at 135, essentially protectionism for the first shops to open prior to a moratorium enacted in 2007. It also raises taxes on dispensaries by 20 percent and requires background checks for all dispensary workers. Gottlieb notes that California courts have taken a dim view on some of the distinctions proposed and have already declared them unconstitutional. The ballot initiative could ultimately be struck down by the courts. (You better believe, though, that the Department of Justice will be more than happy to use the measure as an excuse to go after all the remaining dispensaries regardless of the court’s ruling)

 

Ordinance E was pushed by the United Food and Commercial Workers Union and was mostly the same as Measure D, but the measure neglected to extract more taxes from the pot dispensaries. This is Los Angeles, not Texas, so once Measure D was crafted, Measure E’s supporters jumped ship and now support Measure D instead. For those wondering why the union is involved with this, they’ve worked to unionize several of those early dispensaries. The City-County Observer notes:

 

The 50-plus dispensaries with union ties would be allowed to stay in business, said Rigo Valdez, an organizing director with UFCW. One city councilman estimates there may be as many as 900 dispensaries now open in Los Angeles.

 

If the union-backed initiative is successful, it would put most of those dispensaries out of business and make the UFCW a dominant player in one of the nation’s most important markets for legal marijuana sales.
 
 
Ordinance F would prevent the city from implementing a cap, preventing the closure of all the other dispensaries. But it also mandates background checks, raises taxes on marijuana sales, and mandates the testing of marijuana for pesticides and toxins.
 

Read more: http://reason.com


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Dispensary Business Plan

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Sun, April, 21st 2013 by THCFinder
To open a dispensary you will need a dispensary business plan. With the relaxing of the laws in some states relating to the cultivation, selling, and possession of marijuana for medicinal purposes there are now legal dispensaries in operation in many locations throughout the USA. These dispensaries provide a valuable service in local communities, as the alternative is for those in need to have to source their medicinal marijuana from illegal dealers. They help societies in other ways too, as they create jobs and provide opportunities for people to start their own business.
 
Opening a marijuana dispensary as a business venture can be a very rewarding and profitable experience. It is a recession proof business, as people will always have a need for medicinal marijuana. It is not an easy task, however, as there are still many objections to the legalization of medicinal marijuana, and as such there are very stringent rules and regulations in place to ensure that any dispensary is run ethically. 
 
A dispensary business plan is absolutely vital for anybody who is considering entering this line of business. It should clearly set out in great detail every aspect of the proposed dispensary operation. It is only when certain legal parameters are met that state licensing boards will grant a dispensary license. A dispensary business plan is required to prove that those conditions will be met.
 
In particular, a dispensary business plan will have to state categorically where the dispensary’s supply of marijuana will be sourced from, and what the size of the expected customer base will be. It will also have to state what measures will be put in place to ensure that all marijuana will be dispensed legally, and that stocks of medical cannabis will always be stored securely. 
 
Since Federal law still classifies marijuana as an illegal substance, any state which has legalized the drug must be seen to be extremely strict in their licensing for medical marijuana dispensaries. A state licensing board must therefore be impressed by a dispensary business plan in order to grant a license. They must also be satisfied that any proposed dispensary will be of benefit to the local community. As a consequence, this should be the focus of attention for anybody who would like to operate a dispensary business. A good dispensary business plan will not only allow them to be granted a license, but also to be granted a business loan from a bank.
 
Owning and operating a legal marijuana dispensary is a serious responsibility, and one which must be handled professionally. It must be run as diligently as any other business in order for it to be successful. For this reason the creation of a dispensary business plan is the crucial first step in the process of owning a licensed dispensary business.
 
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L.A. Voters Favor Shutting Down Most Marijuana Dispensaries

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Tue, April, 16th 2013 by THCFinder
Do you really want to see 90 percent of the marijuana dispensaries in the city close down?
 
Apparently you do. An internal poll by the folks backing May ballot Measure D, which would do just that, shows that likely voters favor the proposed city law by a rate of 52 percent. Opponents of the would-be ordinance don't seem to disagree with that:
 
Garry South, campaign strategist for competing Measure F, which would allow most dispensaries to live on, admits that "D is ahead by more."
 
He contends that both measures are winning with voters, although D's polling shows that F is more opposed (48 percent) than favored (39 percent) by likely voters. The data shows that 32 percent oppose the stricter measure, D.
 
Its pollsters interviewed 618 likely voters -- arguably a small sample size -- between March 19 and 21. It claims a plus or minus four percent margin or error.
 
South said the pro-F camp has done internal polling as well but will not release the numbers because, "If you're ahead you put it out, if not you don't."
 
But he argued that D is doing better because voters associate its letter with being higher on the ballot, which he says is always an advantage. He says pollsters would normally mention D to likely voters first, giving it a natural bump in their minds.
 
But perhaps voters aren't getting the message that one measure (D) would shut down 9 out of 10 dispensaries in town, something that might not be palatable to most if they knew the facts:
 

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Arizona Bill Would Shut Down Dispensaries

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Mon, April, 15th 2013 by THCFinder
State Senator Kimberly Yee said she would amend her medical marijuana labeling bill — SB 1440 — so that a first-time violation would result in the permanent closure of legal dispensaries. This is one of many problems with the bill.
 
This didn’t occur, and the future of medical marijuana is in jeopardy. If you are an Arizona resident, please write your legislators today.
 
SB 1440 is billed as a way to label medical marijuana edibles so they won’t fall into the hands of children. That’s a great idea, and we support it. However, the rules are vague, and the bill contains a one strike and you’re out clause, which would permanently close a dispensary for even a minor violation.
 
Arizona voters have said “yes” to medical marijuana three times, but some elected officials ignore the will of the voters and the plight of patients.
 

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