Pubdate: Thu, 02 Jun 2016
Source: Chico News & Review, The (CA)
Copyright: 2016 Chico Community Publishing, Inc.
Author: Jay Bergstrom


Is not the purpose of having a government but to resolve problems 
that arise among the people? Good governance helps to resolve social 
issues that if left alone fester and erupt into angry wounds. Twenty 
years after the passage of California's Compassionate Use Act, 
finally, some regulation of cannabis comes.

Since the day of Proposition 215's passage, opposition to any form of 
regulation has been provided by California's law industry. 
Immediately upon its passage by the sovereigns, the all-zones meeting 
occurred. All of the busters (all of the chiefs of city police, 
county sheriffs, district attorneys and federal folks) met and agreed 
to fight any battle in order to stop any statewide regulation, and to 
basically ignore the new law-leaving defendants to the courts. Divide 
and conquer has worked well. I rest assured that our law industry 
will continue in its efforts forward.

"It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his 
salary depends on his not understanding it."-Upton Sinclair

All I want is swinging-door cannabis cafes in Chico. I enjoy 
cannabis, and I'm a good person.

Jay Bergstrom

Forest Ranch
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