George Mull

President, California Cannabis Association

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Attorney for several medical marijuana providers and president of the California Cannabis Association, a newly formed trade group

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Medicinal marijuana use has been legal in California since  Prop 215  passed 14 years ago.   Proposition 19  on this November's ballot would legalize recreational use for Californians…

Proposition 19: Marijuana Is Back on the Ballot Again

Medicinal marijuana use has been legal in California since Prop 215 passed 14 years ago.  Proposition 19 on this November's ballot would legalize recreational use for Californians…

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