Hemp, which has recently been legalized for commercial production, is expected to be a big factor in Ventura County's agricultural industry. Ventura County Star
Camarillo City Council rejects industrial hemp moratorium in 3-2 vote
Jeremy Childs, Ventura County StarPublished 10:46 a.m. PT Oct. 10, 2019
The city had banned all commercial cannabis cultivation and sale, even after it was legalized statewide in 2016, but it no longer has a choice when it comes to deliveries. State regulations that went into effect early this year require cities and counties to allow delivery of cannabis by licensed sellers.
Thousand Oaks proposes moratorium on hemp industry
By Kyle Jorrey, | September 24, 2019
An industrial hemp field on Pleasant Valley Road. Hemp is a term used to classify varieties of cannabis that contain 0.3% or less THC content. The industry is booming due to decriminalization efforts and the rising popularity of cannabidiol, or CBD, which has shown promise in treating a variety of ailments.
Thousand Oaks Deputies working undercover successfully ordered marijuana products from an unspecified number of area dispensaries. None of the pot retailers who fulfilled the officers’ orders had a business license from the city clerk’s office.
Learn the key differences between THC and terpenes. (Photo: Getty Images)
Before buying legal cannabis, learn the difference between THC and terpenes
Stepfanie Romine, for Skunkmasters in Port Hueneme, CAPublished 6:00 a.m. PT July 23, 2019
Now that cannabis is legal for both medicinal and recreational use in the state of California, more people are testing the waters, and they often have questions about how to consume and use cannabis. That’s why it’s so important to buy cannabis legally from licensed retailers like Skunkmasters.
Legal pot grows more popular as the dangers are disregarded
Tom Elias, ColumnistPublished 11:57 a.m. PT Aug. 13, 2019
Billboards offering home delivery of legal marijuana decorate the streets of every major city in California. Licensed pot shops sporting green crosses are commonplace. Their owners lobby for reductions in sales, excise and cultivation taxes on legal weed.
OPEN SEASON—Licensed cannabis outlets now have permission to make deliveries to Thousand Oaks, or any California city, provided they meet certain criteria. Above, a billboard that hangs in Woodland Hills.