About 100 people attended a public forum held in Clovis Tuesday by the state agencies tasked with regulating medical marijuana.
About 100 people attended a public forum held in Clovis Tuesday by the state agencies tasked with regulating medical marijuana. RORY APPLETON rappleton@fresnobee.com
About 100 people attended a public forum held in Clovis Tuesday by the state agencies tasked with regulating medical marijuana. RORY APPLETON rappleton@fresnobee.com

State regulators talk about medical marijuana rules in Clovis

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