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​California proposes armored cars to transport pot tax money

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| Marijuana remains illegal under federal law, so most banks won't do business with pot growers, manufacturers or retailers. That means marijuana companies typically operate only in cash, including their tax payments that will be 15 percent of sales to the state.

State lawmakers pass bills on housing, immigration, education, cannabis

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Facing a deadline, the Assembly and Senate approved hundreds of bills. Among them: Addressing the affordable housing shortage, protecting immigrants, altering the teacher tenure process and prohibiting police from enforcing federal cannabis laws that conflict with state law.

OC GOP congressman is pot industry's great federal hope

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Dana Rohrabacher has made headlines lately for alleged ties to Russia but in California, he's a hero to the growing marijuana industry.

California seeks control of unruly medical pot industry

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Proposal released Friday would establish the first comprehensive rules for growing, testing, transporting and selling medical pot, which would differ from laws for recreational marijuana.

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.

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LA County details struggle to shut down illegal marijuana dispensaries

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Medical marijuana dispensaries have been barred from unincorporated L.A. County since 2011, but there's no shortage of them.

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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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California moves to unite conflicting marijuana laws

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Gov. Jerry Brown's administration released documents outlining proposed changes to square the state's new recreational pot law with its long-standing law on medical marijuana.