California's largest cannabis competition and celebration was held last weekend at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa. An estimated 10,000 people attended the Emerald Cup.
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An open letter to UK Prime Minister David Cameron signed by 64 prominent Brits and endorsed by 27 organizations calls on the government to move toward an approach that reduces the “harms caused by drugs and current drug policies.”
The latest High Times Cannabis Cup, held at the Santa Rosa Fairgrounds 60 miles north of Bay Area, was another well attended, successful event. A highlight was Jon Gettman's talk about taxing and regulating cannabis.