Last Updated on Thursday, 12 January 2017 13:09
Published on Thursday, 10 November 2016 16:04
Andra Belknap & Bill Warner, Ojai Valley News reporters
The Adult Use of Marijuana Act, Proposition 64, was approved by popular vote in California Nov. 8, but its impact on two regional prosecution cases — those of the Shangri La Care Cooperative (SLCC) and the Sespe Creek Collective — remains uncertain.
“We’re going to follow the law regarding personal usage,” Deputy District Attorney Therese Pollara said Nov. 10. Pollara is prosecuting the case against three employees of the Ojai-based SLCC who were arrested April 14 on a variety of charges related to the operation of the not-for-profit business, which provides its members with medicinal products derived from cannabis.
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