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Inyo Supervisors trying to avoid infusion confusion

By Deb Murphy Back in the day, if someone had told me I’d be watching four guys in suits discuss the addition of cannabis oil to brownie dough, I’d have said they were nuts. But that was part of the Supervisors’ discussion on the progress of Inyo County’s cannabis program. County cannabis czar Nate Reade […]

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Update on Mammoth, Mono cannabis taxes

By Deb Murphy The Town of Mammoth Lakes and Mono County are nearing a decision on taxing cannabis businesses. Or, put more accurately, how much cannabis tax to put to a vote by their respective residents. Both entities are working with Dave McPherson from Hinderliter de Llamas and Associates. His presentation at last Wednesday’s town […]

 
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Feds shift pot policy – so now what?

By Deb Murphy Now that Inyo and Mono counties have spent time and resources gauging area acceptance, or not, of recreational marijuana, the U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has roiled the waters. Late last week, Sessions rolled back the President Obama policy of letting states deal with pot issues. In essence, under the Cole Memorandum […]

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More on Inyo County cannabis ordinance

By Deb Murphy Inyo’s Board of Supervisors incorporated one Planning Commission recommendation into the County’s cannabis ordinance—keeping with the timeline to get the regs on the books by early February. That change would allow non-volatile manufacturing in conjunction with cultivation operations. Public comment at both yesterday’s Supervisors’ meeting and last month’s Commission session brought to […]

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More information on Inyo County cannabis

By Deb Murphy A couple of elements of Inyo County’s cannabis journey were altered at last Thursday’s special Board of Supervisors meeting. First, the moratorium on medical and commercial marijuana operations was extended for another ten and a half months. There’s slim chance the moratorium will last that long. The simple reason for the moratorium, […]

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