Call Snoop & Wiz: California Seems To Have Too Much Weed

HipHop News Posted on July 30, 2017 at 11:57am

Call Snoop & Wiz: California Seems To Have Too Much Weed

And's not one of those "good problems".

Los Angeles, CA – As the first U.S. state to legalize marijuana in any capacity, Calif., has been revolutionizing the weed industry as he has blossomed in other areas of the country.

Apparently, hydroponic growth has been too much of a good thing. According to Hezekiah Allen, executive director of the California Growers Assn, who says that the Golden State is suffering from a cannabis surplus that will be, naturally, the yolk in an illegal activity.

Some marijuana growers will remain in the black market and continue to illegally to send cannabis to other states, which is also not allowed under the federal law, he said, according to a new report published by the Los Angeles Times.

"We're producing too much," he continued, even pointing out how to legally authorized persons "are going to have to scale it back. We are in a painful reduction of the curve."

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In 1996, California made history as the first state to legalize medical marijuana and this past November, the voters collectively decided that the recreational use must be within their rights.

That still does not mean that the population is smoking his maintenance. Joseph Devlin, chief of Cannabis Policy and the Enforcement of the City of Sacramento, said that his calculations it follows that Cali is the production of five times more than its actual consumption, and Lori Ajax, chief of the state Office of Medical Cannabis Regulation, is in agreement that the future of the scale of the back will deter the producers do the right thing like Spike Lee joint.

"For now, our goal is to get people into the regulated market, as many as possible," Ajax said, before outlining in a realistic manner, "There are some people who never come into the regulated market."

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