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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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The Berkeley Planning Commission met Wednesday evening to discuss an amendment that would raise the number of legally allowed medical marijuana dispensaries in the city from four to six.
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The Berkeley Planning Commission met Wednesday evening to discuss an amendment that would raise the number of legally allowed medical marijuana dispensaries in the city from four to six.
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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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As part of a unanimous decision made at the Tuesday Berkeley city council meeting, medical marijuana dispensaries are now required to give more of their cannabis to low-income residents.
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As part of a unanimous decision made at the Tuesday Berkeley city council meeting, medical marijuana dispensaries are now required to give more of their cannabis to low-income residents.
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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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Local marijuana advocates are hopeful that cannabis-related regulation will become less stringent in the wake of a federal government memo released last week.
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Local marijuana advocates are hopeful that cannabis-related regulation will become less stringent in the wake of a federal government memo released last week.
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An announcement made by the Obama Administration last week marks a turning point in the federal government’s approach to marijuana use and sale.
An announcement made by the Obama Administration last week marks a turning point in the federal government’s approach to marijuana use and sale.
The city of Berkeley is claiming that the closure of BPG would lead to a significant decrease in city tax revenue and would encourage illegal marijuana sales. The closure would also negate the city’s efforts to implement regulated medical marijuana dispensaries, which it stated “positively impact the health, safety and well-being of all City of Berkeley residents.”
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The city of Berkeley is claiming that the closure of BPG would lead to a significant decrease in city tax revenue and would encourage illegal marijuana sales. The closure would also negate the city’s efforts to implement regulated medical marijuana dispensaries, which it stated “positively impact the health, safety and well-being of all City of Berkeley residents.”
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