In this photo taken in January, Lori Ajax, chief of California’s Bureau of Medical Cannabis Regulation, poses in the bureau’s office in Sacramento. Ajax, and her staff are crafting regulations and rules that will govern the state’s emerging legal pot market, from where and how plants can be grown to setting guidelines to track the buds from fields to storefront.
In this photo taken in January, Lori Ajax, chief of California’s Bureau of Medical Cannabis Regulation, poses in the bureau’s office in Sacramento. Ajax, and her staff are crafting regulations and rules that will govern the state’s emerging legal pot market, from where and how plants can be grown to setting guidelines to track the buds from fields to storefront. RICH PEDRONCELLI AP
In this photo taken in January, Lori Ajax, chief of California’s Bureau of Medical Cannabis Regulation, poses in the bureau’s office in Sacramento. Ajax, and her staff are crafting regulations and rules that will govern the state’s emerging legal pot market, from where and how plants can be grown to setting guidelines to track the buds from fields to storefront. RICH PEDRONCELLI AP

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    Clint Olivier, Fresno City Council president, explains Thursday, July 20, a 3-3 vote on the cultivation of marijuana, one aspect of the Fresno's broad ban of recreational pot. Earlier in the day, Olivier tweeted: "Council kills marijuana ban."