BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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Berkeley Patients Group, or BPG, the longest continuously-operating medical cannabis dispensary in the country, invited customers to celebrate their 18th anniversary with a Halloween party Tuesday at 4:20 p.m.
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Berkeley Patients Group, or BPG, the longest continuously-operating medical cannabis dispensary in the country, invited customers to celebrate their 18th anniversary with a Halloween party Tuesday at 4:20 p.m.
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The Medical Cannabis Commission voted Thursday afternoon to recommend three medical cannabis dispensary proposals out of six to Berkeley City Council for the last location permitted in the city.
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The Medical Cannabis Commission voted Thursday afternoon to recommend three medical cannabis dispensary proposals out of six to Berkeley City Council for the last location permitted in the city.
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Six applicants vied for the distinction of being the city’s fourth medical cannabis dispensary during a special meeting Thursday at the North Berkeley Senior Center.
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Six applicants vied for the distinction of being the city’s fourth medical cannabis dispensary during a special meeting Thursday at the North Berkeley Senior Center.
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In an effort to increase revenue, Amoeba Music is looking to expand its business beyond selling music as it competes for a permit to open Berkeley’s fourth medical marijuana dispensary.
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In an effort to increase revenue, Amoeba Music is looking to expand its business beyond selling music as it competes for a permit to open Berkeley’s fourth medical marijuana dispensary.
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After months of legal dispute over the Forty Acres Medical Marijuana Growers Collective, which caused it to relocate in April, it filed a lawsuit against the city on April 20 alleging discrimination against the collective.
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After months of legal dispute over the Forty Acres Medical Marijuana Growers Collective, which caused it to relocate in April, it filed a lawsuit against the city on April 20 alleging discrimination against the collective.
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A marijuana collective will be forced to shut down after Berkeley City Council declared it a nuisance Tuesday.
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A marijuana collective will be forced to shut down after Berkeley City Council declared it a nuisance Tuesday.
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Fewer than three weeks after the U.S. House of Representatives voted to restrict Drug Enforcement Administration raids on state-sanctioned medical marijuana dispensaries, Berkeley City Council unanimously green-lighted recommendations this week that blaze the path for a fourth marijuana dispensary in the city.
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Fewer than three weeks after the U.S. House of Representatives voted to restrict Drug Enforcement Administration raids on state-sanctioned medical marijuana dispensaries, Berkeley City Council unanimously green-lighted recommendations this week that blaze the path for a fourth marijuana dispensary in the city.
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Christopher Smith, co-founder of 40 Acres Medical Marijuana Growers’ Collective, filed a lawsuit on Sept. 24 against the city of Berkeley, alleging the city of discriminating against the collective.
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Christopher Smith, co-founder of 40 Acres Medical Marijuana Growers’ Collective, filed a lawsuit on Sept. 24 against the city of Berkeley, alleging the city of discriminating against the collective.
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The Berkeley City Council decided to further investigate the creation of new medical marijuana dispensaries at its meeting Tuesday night.
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The Berkeley City Council decided to further investigate the creation of new medical marijuana dispensaries at its meeting Tuesday night.
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The Berkeley City Council will discuss increasing the limit on medical cannabis dispensaries from four to six at Tuesday’s meeting.
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The Berkeley City Council will discuss increasing the limit on medical cannabis dispensaries from four to six at Tuesday’s meeting.
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