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Title: Admitted Carriers, CanaBOP Coming to California’s Cannabis Industry
Author: Insurance Journal.com
Date: 20 October 2017
Extract: The first admitted insurance carrier has filed to provide coverage to California’s legal cannabis industry and several more carriers have stated their intent to file products, according to state Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones. It also appears that standardized insurance forms for the cannabis industry may be on their way to California as well.
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Title: La Verne Council prohibits commercial cannabis activities, sets regulations for personal pot cultivation
Author: Daily Bulletin.com
Date: 20 October 2017
Extract: Members of the La Verne City Council recently approved an ordinance banning all commercial marijuana activities in the city along with setting regulations for the personal cultivation of pot. Council members gave unanimous final approval to the ordinance, which was part of the Oct. 16 consent agenda, without discussion, City Manager Bob Russi said Friday. The council gave preliminary approval to the ordinance Sept. 5, and the matter was expected to return to the council Sept. 18 for final approval but was pulled off the agenda, according to a city staff report. Revisions were made to the proposed ordinance in order to include references to the state’s Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act, which Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law in late June, the staff report reads. The revised proposal was presented to the City Council for preliminary approval Oct. 2, Russi said.
Title: Complaints of illegal pot grows in Sacramento County are soaring, particularly in these neighborhoods
Author: Sacramento Bee
Date: 21 October 2017
Extract: “The plants were fairly small; they seemed like they were in the beginning stages of the grow cycle,” Miller said. “There’s a garage that’s been converted into a grow room and three other rooms have been set up to either dry or grow marijuana.” Such scenes are becoming increasingly familiar to deputies with the department, who this year alone have responded to hundreds of calls related to illegal marijuana grows in the unincorporated areas of Sacramento County. Sheriff’s data provided to The Sacramento Bee through a Public Records Act request show deputies responded to 992 calls related to illegal marijuana grows in 2016, up from 511 calls in 2014. The surge in calls regarding illegal pot grows in Sacramento County comes even as the state is poised to permit commercial cultivation of marijuana for recreational use. Local jurisdictions such as Sacramento County retain the right to decide whether to allow such operations, however.