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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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The interest groups met to address future opportunities and remaining shortcomings of Berkeley’s cannabis regulation, such as the competitiveness of legally licensed businesses with the black market. Other concerns persist over public safety, youth access to marijuana and the hurdles cannabis distributors and cultivators face in setting up shop in the city.
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The interest groups met to address future opportunities and remaining shortcomings of Berkeley’s cannabis regulation, such as the competitiveness of legally licensed businesses with the black market. Other concerns persist over public safety, youth access to marijuana and the hurdles cannabis distributors and cultivators face in setting up shop in the city.
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Berkeley Patients Group, one of the first California dispensaries to receive its retail license for adult-use marijuana, will open its doors Monday.
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Berkeley Patients Group, one of the first California dispensaries to receive its retail license for adult-use marijuana, will open its doors Monday.
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A judge ruled Friday that Berkeley Patients Group, a well-known marijuana dispensary, will be allowed to continue its operations while an appeal regarding a federal case against the dispensary is settled.
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A judge ruled Friday that Berkeley Patients Group, a well-known marijuana dispensary, will be allowed to continue its operations while an appeal regarding a federal case against the dispensary is settled.
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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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Americans For Safe Access, a nonprofit cannabis-advocacy group, certified two Bay Area medical marijuana dispensaries on Feb. 20 in an effort to encourage standardized cannabis quality.
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Americans For Safe Access, a nonprofit cannabis-advocacy group, certified two Bay Area medical marijuana dispensaries on Feb. 20 in an effort to encourage standardized cannabis quality.
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The federal government has filed a lawsuit to shut down Berkeley Patients Group, the city’s oldest and largest medical marijuana dispensary.
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The federal government has filed a lawsuit to shut down Berkeley Patients Group, the city’s oldest and largest medical marijuana dispensary.
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Although a date of reopening has not yet been determined, construction to renovate the interior and exterior areas of the new property at 2366 San Pablo Avenue in the commercial district has already begun.
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Although a date of reopening has not yet been determined, construction to renovate the interior and exterior areas of the new property at 2366 San Pablo Avenue in the commercial district has already begun.
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