Mikal Jakubal

Filmmaker, 'One Good Year'

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Filmmaker working on One Good Year, a documentary about marijuana farmers in Humboldt County, where much of California’s marijuana crop is grown

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As most California voters may already know,  Proposition 19  on next week's ballot says it "legalizes marijuana under California but not federal law."  Beyond that, it would allow…

Will California Legalize Marijuana?

As most California voters may already know, Proposition 19 on next week's ballot says it "legalizes marijuana under California but not federal law."  Beyond that, it would allow…

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Proposition 19  on next week's California ballot would legalize marijuana for people over 21 and allow for commercial production.

Will California Legalize Marijuana?

Proposition 19 on next week's California ballot would legalize marijuana for people over 21 and allow for commercial production.

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