Sunday, February 26, 2012

Mendocino marijuana

  • This week, officials in Mendocino County, Northern California, are expected to pull the plug on an unusual program that put pot growing under supervision of the local sheriff.
  • (Abc Local Web)
  • This story is part of a collaboration between member station KQED and the Center for Investigative Reportings California Watch.
  • (KQED)
  • When Mendocino County District Attorney David Eyster took office he promised to get rid of the junk cases, especially those dealing with marijuana.
  • (Willits News)
  • Mendocino County authorities say they expect additional arrests in a marijuana cultivation case that already has netted them seven suspects, $164,456 in suspected drug proceeds and 250 pounds of pot in varying stages of readiness.
  • (Santa Rosa Press Democrat)
  • The elimination of the Mendocino County Sheriffs Offices popular permitting program for medical marijuana collectives became final Tuesday after a quiet 4-1 vote by the Board of Supervisors.
  • (Ukiah Daily Journal)
  • According to a county staff report, the forum will educate the public on the dark realities caused by trespass marijuana grows that exist in our forests and open spaces in Mendocino County. The forum begins at 6 p.m. March 30.
  • (Ukiah Daily Journal)
  • Northern California's Mendocino County. A picture postcard of the far west and the site of a controversial, profitable and increasingly violent criminal enterprise the marijuana trade.
  • (CNBC)
  • Up to 124 dispensaries are allowed under the law.
  • (Drug War Chronicle)

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