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CSULB Student Health Services hosts cannabis informational

CSULB Student Health Services hosts cannabis informational

April 18, 2018

All perspectives on the longstanding cannabis debate converged Wednesday as experts and advocates came together to discuss the green debacle. The event took place in Room 303 of the University Student Union...

District 5 Candidates

District 5 Candidates

Daniel Green, Carlos Villicana, and James Chow

March 18, 2018

Filed under Long Beach, News, Showcase

Incumbent: Stacy Mungo Councilwoman Stacy Mungo was elected to District 5 in 2014. She is a strong supporter of retaining the “neighborhood character” of low-density areas by strategically planning the co...

Health Resource Center takes an informative approach to cannabis on campus

Health Resource Center takes an informative approach to cannabis on campus

February 28, 2018

    As pot smokers seek the ideal spot to sneak in a less-than-legal toke on campus, they cautiously rubberneck for signs of authority. While recreational marijuana legalization wa...

CSULB to remain weed free

CSULB to remain weed free

January 28, 2018

Stoners rejoice; recreational cannabis is now legal in California. However, students will still have to leave campus for their lawful toke.   The Spring 2018 semester began just after the state legalization...

City of Long Beach just became one step closer to legalizing recreational use of marijuana

City of Long Beach just became one step closer to legalizing recreational use of marijuana

Cris Rivera, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017

Filed under Long Beach, News, Today

Residents may see clouds of a different kind in the near future, as the Long Beach City Council moved to pass a new ordinance allowing the sale and recreational use of marijuana. While medicinal use is legal...

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March 14, 2017

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Los Angeles to vote on marijuana regulation

Lola Olvera, Staff Writer

February 27, 2017

Filed under Long Beach, News

For Los Angeles voters, the question is not whether or not to regulate marijuana, but how. On March 7, L. A. County voters will have two measures on the ballot to choose from – technically. Measures M and N, which come months after Proposition 64 legalized recreational marijuana statewide last November, involve how to regulate marijuana sales and who gets to do it. But one option, Measure N, has virtually no support...