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The Financial Costs of the New California Marijuana Industry

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Starting January 1, 2018, California will have a new, multi-billion industry—legally.  Affected by this industry will be the cost of land, government revenues, employment, cost of warehouses, new government regulators, value of marijuana—legal and illegal.  This is a massive movement of effort.  Add to this the fact the State of California and the City of Los Angeles are individually discussing the formation of a State owned or city owned bank, mainly for the marijuana industry, changes in the California policy and financial landscape is upon us.

“The combined market for legal medical and adult cannabis use is projected to grow by compounded annual rate of 18.5 percent, from $2.76 billion in 2015 to $6.5 billion by 2020, according to a report co-produced by New Frontier Data and ARCVIEW Market Research. That’s not even figuring in revenue from real estate, technology development or the overall economic impact of the cannabis market.

In addition, cannabis commercial activities will add significant revenue to state and local government coffers from licensing fees and other taxes. The state charges a15 percent excise tax on cannabis sales and taxes cannabis cultivation at $148 per lb. for “flowers” (buds) and $44 per lb. for “leaves” (plant trimmings used to produce cannabinoid-based products, such as oil, edibles, bills and vapes.”

Regulations, hearings, uncertainty of the new law, all of this and more makes this a big investment.  Big upfront investments and a time lag for approvals in large cities.  This means smaller cities, like Coalinga and Hanford, could become pot centers while Los Angeles continues to discuss, the issue and hold interminable hearings.

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The Financial Costs of the New California Marijuana Industry

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State of California Legislature from Republican Jeff Stone representing the 28th Senate District

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PNP comment: Yep, living in California has certainly become a challenge! — Editor Liz Bowen

Update today from Jeff Stone, Republican state senator on the further progressive destruction of CA:

Hello, my friends,

  Friday will be the end of this legislative year.  Here are some of the highlights of this session:

1 SB-1: increases your gas taxes by approximately 20 Cents (Nov 1) and your vehicle license fees by an average of $100 (Jan 1st).

  1. Passed Cap N Tax which will increase gas 0.63 to 0.93 cents a gallon change and the taxes that go with it.

  2. Proposed increase on a new tax every residence will pay for tap water in the State!

  3. A $3.46B parks bond to pay for parks in “disadvantaged communities”  meaning Los Angeles. We will get the crumbs.   

The debt service will be over $200 million a year. The good news is some money goes to help fix the Salton Sea which should have always been a State responsibility!

  1. Law to release any lifer (murder, rape, child molestation, etc) who is:

      A. 60 years old

    B. Already spent 25 years in prison!

Charles Manson qualifies today and the Melendez brothers that murdered their parents could be released in about 12 years?   What about victims?

  1. A new $10 charge on all residents living in a mobile home park to address living condition enforcement in those parks?Why does the left embrace these regressive taxes on the poor?

  2. We picked an official dinosaur of the State of California. Really ? Yes!

  3. Blackmailed Tesla to either unionize with the United Auto Workers Union or forfeit State incentives to buy their electric cars!   Just another Union Grab!

  4. Reduce from a felony to a misdemeanor the purposeful intent to transmit the AIDS virus to an unknowing partner.

  5. Give preferential treatment to prisoners convicted of serious crimes that are less than 25 years old because their brains are not mature enough to understand right from wrong.  Whaaat?  My DAD’s belt taught me right from wrong real early in my life!  If the brains of our kids don’t mature until 25, why do we allow them to vote?

  6. A bill to require our true sex be omitted from drivers licenses?Whaaat?

  7. Free legal services for illegal immigrants.

  8. Establish safe “injection zones” run by the government to oversee people injecting heroin!  You have to be kidding me? Yep, it passed!

    Enough good news for today.Back tomorrow with an update on our last minute legislative surprises.

    It’s an honor to represent you!


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Guv Brown spent $250,000,000 on plans for Delta Tunnel scam

Agriculture - California, CORRUPTION, State gov

Guv Brown spent $250,000,000 on Plans for Delta Tunnel Scam

By Stephen Frank on Oct 05, 2017 08:50 pm

If built the Delta tunnel will cause our already high water rates to go up by a factor of 3.  Could you afford to live in California when that happens?  Do you want to pay that much money in exchange for water tunnels that do not create a single drop of new water—just moves water […]

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California State DEBT: $1.5 Trillion !!!!

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California State DEBT: $1.5 TRILLION

By Stephen Frank on Sep 29, 2017 08:46 pm
“Even this may be understated. Using more conservative discount rates for the state’s pension systems, which many financial experts feel are more realistic than the systems’ own assumptions (even though these have been lowered somewhat in recent years), the unfunded pension liabilities alone have been estimated in the high hundreds of billions of dollars, and […]

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Bundy: Idaho’s Raul Labrador Weighs in on Bunkerville Standoff

Bundy Battle - Nevada, Bureau of Land Management, Constitution, CORRUPTION, Courts, CRIMINAL, Federal gov & land grabs, State gov

Redoubt News.com

September 15, 2017

by Shari Dovale

Earlier this month, nearly a third of the current Idaho Legislature had signed on to a letter in support of the Idaho residents currently being persecuted in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Federal government is prosecuting these men for their part in a protest held Bunkerville, NV in 2014.

Spearheaded by Rep. Dorothy Moon, the letter was signed by 33 current state legislators and 5 former legislators. Since then, the number of sponsors to the letter has increased to a reported 53.

The letter was addressed to US Attorney General Jeff Sessions, with copies going to President Donald Trump, multiple US elected/appointed officials as well as all the principals in the court.

Though the letter reached the Court prior to the pre-trial hearing, it had already been decided to put Eric Parker and Scott Drexler in with the Tier One defendants. That trial is scheduled to begin on October 10th.

Just this week, Congressman Raul Labrador added his sponsorship with an additional letter to AG Sessions. He includes:

The failure to secure guilty verdicts in two different trials with two different juries should serve as evidence of the weakness of the government’s case and should be taken into account as a third trial is contemplated. There is a strong possibility that a miscarriage of justice is being committed.

This is the latest request of the current administration to look into this personal vendetta of the Federal Court system. Multiple online petitions have been signed with the most prominent being from political strategist Roger Stone, who says:

No more well-defined example of the injustices wrought by the hands of an out-of-control Federal Government can be found than the case of the Bundy Family from the State of Nevada, whose multiple family members rot in a Federal Prison on this very day.

Representative Labrador did ask for a timely response from the Attorney General, so we will wait patiently, albeit a bit anxiously.

Raul Labrador Weighs in on Bunkerville Standoff


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California Legislature abandons middle class

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By Jon Coupal

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

September 18, 2017

Does anyone honestly think that the California Legislature’s complete abandonment of the middle class is unrelated to the state’s highest-in-the-nation poverty rate?

This past week presented a stark contrast in the Golden State. First, the controller reported state tax proceeds from all categories are exceeding budget projections. Specifically, the state brought in almost $9 billion in August, exceeding projections in the state budget by over $340 million. All three of the major sources of state revenue — personal and corporate income tax plus sales tax — were up over last year. While a substantial portion of this uptick in economic activity can be attributed to the Trump recovery, there is no denying that California remains an economic powerhouse in its own right.

However, about the same time as we were getting cheery news about state revenue, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that over 20 percent of Californians live in poverty. The “Supplemental Poverty Measure,” which takes into account California’s absurdly high cost of living, gives us the highest poverty rate in the country while the rest of the nation has shown improvement.

So how is it that the most economically powerful state in the union has a poverty level that would make even Mississippi blush? In large part, the answer lies in California’s toxic mix of crony capitalism with mindless pursuit of progressive policies. And both were on full display in the final week of this year’s legislative session.

To read the entire column, please click here.

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Senator Ted Gaines sends letter asking Brown to declare state of emergency in Siskiyou

CRIMINAL, LAWS or law, Marijuana, Sheriff Jon Lopey, Siskiyou County, State gov, Ted Gaines

Siskiyou Daily News

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Butte County says it will file lawsuit to oppose “twin tunnels” proposal

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County to file suit to oppose ‘twin tunnels’ proposal

Chico Enterprise-Record

Butte County plans to file a lawsuit over the plan to bury a pair of tunnels under the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to move Sacramento River water south.

County supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to file the suit against the Department of Water Resources over the so-called “California WaterFix,” the largest part of which is the “twin tunnels” proposal.

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LA County Admits Number Of Registered Voters At 144% Of Resident Citizens Of Voting Age

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PNP comment: This is a very interesting read! — Editor Liz Bowen

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CA trades Fire Tax Fee on rural folks for gasoline cost hike for everyone

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HJTA Releases Statement on Legislature approving Cap-and Trade and Fire Fee Suspension (AB 398)


On behalf of working Californians and our citizen taxpayer members, HJTA is profoundly disappointed in the political “deal” which was struck yesterday to extend California’s “cap and trade” law.  Nothing can justify conservative support for a law that will surely result in at least a 71 cents increase in the cost of gasoline with absolutely zero benefit for a majority of California taxpayers.

Instead, two-thirds of both houses of the California legislature have placed the entire burden of the state’s response to climate change on the backs of those least able to afford it.  When added to the $5.2 billion gas and car tax hike adopted mere months ago, last night’s actions mean that  middle-class households will pay at least $1000 a year in higher fuel prices by 2031. Further, the legislation ensures that at least 25 percent of this gas price increase will go to fund high speed rail, which a majority of Californians would vote to repeal if it were on the ballot today.

The suspension of the State Responsibility SRA fire fee, while welcome relief for thousands of homeowners, is scant consolation in light of these new regressive fuel price increases on every single California taxpayer.

Once again California’s political elites, in concert with powerful special interests, have imposed a massive financial burden on California’s middle class, giving them yet another reason to leave this once Golden State.

Jon Coupal, President
Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

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