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September 18, 2020

Tag: medical cannabis

Cannabis business denied reconsideration

The Hollister City Council chose Tuesday night not to revisit a former medical cannabis business applicant after the owner asked for another chance. Additionally,...

Hollister OKs seven cannabis facilities

Cannabis was on the Hollister City Council agenda yet again this week, and council members sprinted through the pot-related items faster than in previous...

No pot doctor in SJB historic district

A medical cannabis recommendation clinic with several licensed physicians will not be allowed to operate at a former bank in the historic center of...

Klauer to sit out cannabis decision

Vice Mayor Karson Klauer will sit out on the medical cannabis dispensary decision expected next week because his family has a connection to a...

Pot hearing put off by six months

County supervisors Tuesday extended the window for a public hearing related to the county’s temporary cannabis cultivation ordinance. The board’s unanimous decision gave applicants a...

Supervisors have legal concerns over marijuana initiatives

San Benito County supervisors expressed their initial concerns about two petitions put forth by a private citizen that could potentially put ballot initiatives on the primary election next June to allow the sale of medical marijuana in the county and create tax revenue from such sales.

Updated: Dispensary owner seeks voter approval of medical marijuana

The owner of a medical marijuana dispensary that has been operating on Highway 25 in San Benito County has plans to circulate countywide initiatives in regards to the legalization and taxation of medical marijuana, to potentially appear on a statewide ballot in June 2014.