HighQ: Your California pot questions answered |

LA County struggles to shut down illegal pot shops

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| Throughout California there’s a rush for localities to establish rules for legal pot. But you don't need to look any further than L.A. County to see how things could potentially not work out.

Patients who need transplants turned away for smoking pot

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Those in need of transplants are being turned away for smoking pot, people are being sent to jail for shipping weed across state lines and California is trying to reckon with its confusing pot laws.

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HighQ: California leads North America in marijuana sales

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Analysts estimate that Californians bought $1.8 billion worth of legal marijuana in 2016 and that the broader market could surpass that for wine.

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Should the pot industry look like the alcohol industry?

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In Sacramento right now there's a debate over how marijuana gets from farm to table.

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Weed-smoking tourist barred from US

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On a trip to Colorado from Chile, Sarah smoked some pot. Later, when she tried to visit her boyfriend in the U.S., she was told that she was being barred from the country.

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With Measure M, LA takes major step toward regulating marijuana

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The new law cements the city council's power to regulate the marijuana industry, sets up a new tax structure, promises punishment for violators and more.

What if Sessions tries dismantling California's pot industry?

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Do Attorney General Jeff Sessions' recent comment indicate whether he'll attempt to shut down California's marijuana industry? Here's what could happen.

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HighQ: Cashing in on California's cannabis boom

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The number one question that I've gotten over the past six months while covering the marijuana industry is, "How can I make money off of 'the green rush'?"

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