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California To Establish First U.S. Cannabis Municipality


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California To Establish First U.S. Cannabis Municipality

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  • Hawkeye

    I like the idea that the company is going to focus on solar energy and keep the town’s historic traits in place, but I can’t really relate to cannabis tourism. I couldn’t imagine planning a trip around it, but I guess there are a lot of people out there who will really get into this sort of thing. I wonder if we’re going to see more towns like this popping up around the country.

  • Lone Wolf

    The one issue I see with “cannabis tourism” is that after you go on your cannabis vacation, and you return home to your non-legalized cannabis state, what happens if you get drug tested for any reason soon after and test positive? Are you still at risk for being fired from a job, or getting kicked from pain management or probation if you test positive from your trip? This kind of grey area concerns me.

  • Newcomb

    Well, yea, I think you would risk having those things happen because no matter where you travel, you’re still going to have to abide by the law where you live or stick to the policies of your company. I don’t really see it as a grey area because it’s up to each individual who visits this town or any of these states where it’s a big legal party to know what they can and can’t do. If they’re not responsible enough, that’s their problem.