Your Weekly Recap – California Craziness And Hemp Gets A Hand

Here are the top 5 stories of the past week

It’s been a wild week this past week with California supposedly dumping its initiative to tackle black market cannabis businesses, apparently leaving it up to the cities to handle. L.A. did a massive crackdown already, and this week San Diego followed suit targeting a couple of delivery services and dispensaries. Jeff Sessions, however, seems to be ineffective in getting his anti-cannabis agenda moved forward. President Trump, who has already signaled his willingness to allow states rights to be the final say in how they determine their drug laws, has not yet fully stopped the Attorney General either. Mitch McConnel has pushed forward his hemp farming initiative, but with the recent political turmoil it’s hard to say how things will play out. Here are the top 5 articles from the past week to get you caught up on anything you might have missed.




California Scraps $14 Million Budget For Black Market Cannabis Offensive




Several Illegal Shops In San Diego Got Raided Yesterday, Multiple Arrests Reported





Jeff Sessions Struggles To Get Planned Marijuana Crackdown Going




Change Is Coming To The Billion Dollar CBD Industry




Sen. Mitch McConnell Pushes Hemp Legalization In Farm Bill


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