by Rebecca Onion Slate.com Historical parallelism is a dangerous game. But in the days after the shootings in Orlando, Florida, as we fall into another cycle of fretting over our continued inability to pass effective gun control laws, I’ve found myself thinking about the steep odds abolitionists faced in theRead More →

The Strange Case of Heidi Grossman Lepp October 4, 2017 What’s being unregistered by associates who Believe they have some sort of legal protection in California by some authority under Sugarleaf Rasta Church, it’s important that you know and really understand that you do NOT, if Anything is learned fromRead More →

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Peter Hecht, former political writer and Los Angeles bureau chief for the Sacramento Bee, has been reporting on cannabis since 2009. His coverage has been honored for explanatory reporting in the “Best of the West” journalism awards and earned an Excellence in Journalism prize from the Northern California Chapter ofRead More →

Updated summary of stats for the operation:18 arrests – including high profile subject Heidi Lepp aka Grossman age 46 of Sacramento, charged with 182PC, 11358 H&S and 11359 H&S. She was booked into Sac county jail.Approx $21,000 cash seizedApprox 1500 plants8 GunsAnd over 5lbs of processed marijuana (still being tallied/weighedRead More →

With the crazed assault in Las Vegas that killed over 50 and wounded hundreds as only the most recent example, America’s gun violence problem has reached a breaking point. While we can talk all we want about assault weapons bans, universal background checks and terror watch lists, there’s only oneRead More →

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Over the past 50 years, Israel has become the epicenter of medical pot. Home to Raphael Mechoulam, the pioneer of marijuana research, Israel is where THC and the endocannabinoid system were first discovered. And with the world’s largest number of clinical trials testing the benefits of medicinal cannabis, Israel hasRead More →

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Beyond the implications for legalized marijuana in California is the much thornier issue of attorney-client privilege. King_Dragon/iStock With her blond pixie haircut and black tailored skirt suits, attorney Jessica McElfresh represents the new face of California marijuana law: polished, professional, and regulation-oriented. Yet early on the morning of May 24,Read More →

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