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Planning commission moves forward on rules for marijuana

By Jill Ballinger GAZETTE EDITOR

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legally there should have

legally there should have been a PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT prior to this "public" meeting seems that there wasnt - maybe becasue they didnt want medical growers to know about thhe meeting?

It always amazes How little

It always amazes How little these Mariposa groups misunderstand the law. Dispensaries can be prohibited under California law because they are not clearly defined by law. However, cooperatives are defined and allowed in all counties. The planning commission is also saying that if a husband and wife have a doctors recommendation, they cannot both grow marijuana for their own use on their own property. How ridiculous can it get? There has been no proof put forward that says the carjacking was a direct result of a growing operation. There is also no proof anywhere in this state that says dispensaries and cooperatives encourage other illegal activities. I keep hearing this argument but never see any proof. It is all hearsay to instill fear in the public. I keep hearing people calling for less government. When next you question the government interfering with your lives, think of this decision made by the planning commission.

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