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The City of Coquitlam is trying to shut down a marijuana growing operation whose four tenants were licensed by Health Canada to grow medical marijuana for personal use, but which never had a business licence from the city allowing it to operate.
Story Uruguay becomes first country to legalise growing, selling and smoking marijuana...Reuters Video The Peace Naturals Project is one of the first companies approved by Health Canada to commercially produce and distribute dried cannabis. Owner
A Stockton man was sentenced today to 42 months in state prison for offenses involving cultivation and sale of marijuana through storefront businesses in Sacramento and Stockton. Lynn Farrell Smith, 63, was sentenced in federal court in Sacramento by
Two revamped marijuana ordinance proposals one that completely bans marijuana growing in Fresno County will be before county supervisors on Tuesday. Both revisions are an effort to curtail the emergence of large, dangerous marijuana grows on the
AP Video video video Seniors could have been badly injured, or could have died as a result of this, Victor Boudreau said in the legislature Wednesday. Friday after a fire erupted at the Forever Young Special Care Home in Clarks Corner...Investigators
58:47 AM PST Updated: 11/13/2013 01:58:47 AM PST A small fire believed to have sparked by discarded smoking material led to the discovery of a marijuana growing operation in Eureka on Tuesday morning. Humboldt Bay Fire responded to a call of a
City leaders are taking on medical marijuana grows in San Luis Obispo. People living in one neighborhood are especially concerned because of a backyard grow. Police say a home near downtown San Luis Obispo has a large medical marijuana grow in its
Police said they have uncovered a marijuana growing operation based out of two homes. Police said Maykel Benitez-Abella, 35, and Lumey Echevarria-Hernandez, 32, were growing 125 plants in homes in the 5600 block of Tropicaire Boulevard and the 5900
10/10/2013 02:39:36 AM PDT Updated: 10/10/2013 02:39:36 AM PDT The recent discovery of a marijuana growing operation that disturbed an archaeological site has some wondering if this might be more common than anyone wants to think.
Forest Service destroys illegal marijuana grow worth $8.4 million The Denver Post Posted: 09/23/2013 09:47:02 PM MDT Updated: 09/23/2013 10:00:03 PM MDT Law enforcement officers with the U.S. Forest Service finished destroying an illegal