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The Week in Weed - Ask Us About Our Cannoli

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- Neighbors near Santa Barbara dispensary call the cops when men in dark clothes try to break in to the Acme Collective. Cops come in 15 minutes, thieves popped in minutes. - SB Independent

- The LA Times prints two letters today regarding medical marijuana, the second being someone upset that it doesn't get taxed - LA Times

- LAPD mistakes catnip for herb when they search the car of a man who runs a radio station catering to pet owners. Have you ever heard of such a radio station? - St. Pete Times

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- NY prison guard accused of trying to sneak pot to an inmate through his cannoli. - NY Post

- Thieves steal 166 pounds of pot plants in Florida... while cops had the house on surveillance, and subsequently get busted. - News-Press

- Michigan woman on probation gets a year in jail after she gets caught with drugs while she relapsed after finding out that her teenage daughter had a heart attack and was in a coma - Livingston Daily

- Topeka man proves that if you're going to run a stop sign, don't do it while having an open container of booze, and a pound of kush on your person - 49 ABC

- Arizona juvenile caught with 176 pounds of pot tied in bales in clear view in the back of his pick up truck - Tri Valley Central

- It took 15 months of surveillance, but when Washington sheriffs saw suspicious water lines running into a home they eventually found 71 marijuana plants being grown - King 5

- Taft community debates whether to have a cannabis dispensary or not - KGET

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