Feds Raid California Medical Marijuana Dispensaries
So goes Santa Barbara, so goes Hartford?
A crackdown on California’s medical marijuana supply chain by federal authorities targeting the state’s illegal drug trade arrived this week in the affluent, coastal county of Santa Barbara.
The latest actions include three asset forfeiture lawsuits filed against properties housing marijuana operations and warning letters sent to people associated with 10 cannabis dispensaries deemed “illegal marijuana stores,” federal officials said.
“All known marijuana stores in Santa Barbara County are now the subject of federal enforcement actions,” a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles said.
This is what we have to look forward to, thanks to the state legislature and Governor Malloy.
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