DOJ: Eliminating Marijuana Competition In California

[CAF Note: When John Gotti, Jr. was asked by the press whether or not the Gotti crime family was trafficking in narcotics, he denied the allegation saying “who can compete with the government?” My research indicates that the legal and illegal marijuana sales are often generated by people looking for pain reduction who can not afford legal pharmaceuticals. So whatever DOJ’s agenda, it feels very dark.]

By Norimitsu Onishi

Faced with growing chaos in the state’s medical marijuana industry, this city in Northern California passed an ordinance in 2008 that meticulously detailed, over 11 pages, how the drug could be grown and sold here.

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