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Cannabis in 2018: Expect Reduced Access and Increased Costs

Rebecca Byars, Timothy Byars
Co—founders, The Agathist Collective

Prop 64 legalized adult-use cannabis (also called recreational use). In 2018, one might reasonably expect access to an increased number of cannabis products, retail stores, and delivery services.

In fact, here in Contra Costa County, we expect just the opposite.

Most local cities—in fact, all cities in Contra Costa save for Richmond—have imposed bans, extended moratoriums, and have expressed concerns about the permitting of local cannabis businesses, despite that California voters overwhelmingly supported legal access to medicinal cannabis in 2015 and legal access to adult-use cannabis last November.

2017-10-21T15:13:10-07:00August 5th, 2017|

Rossmoorians Visit Oakland Museum Marijuana Exhibit

By Diane Beeson

An abbreviated version of this article appeared in the May 18, 2016 edition of Rossmoor News

Evil weed, sacred herb or medical miracle? These are only some of the perspectives twenty-four Rossmoor Medical Marijuana Education and Support Group members examined during their visit to the current Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) exhibit called Altered State: Marijuana in California. The trip was organized by the club’s Program Chair, Anita Mataraso, who recruited Harborside Health Center’s Oakland Community Engagement Coordinator, Kelly Quirke, to provide bus transportation for the trip and to regale passengers with fascinating information on development of medicinal uses of the plant.

2017-10-21T14:53:02-07:00May 16th, 2017|
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