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July 2014

BAY AREA 1. The price of cannabis, in dollars, offered at select San
Jose collectives, for those who chose to vote in the primary elections last
month: 0 (Source: HNGN.com) 2. The number of vo

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BAY AREA

1. The price of cannabis, in dollars, offered at select San
Jose collectives, for those who chose to vote in the primary elections last
month: 0 (Source: HNGN.com)

2. The number of votes by the San Jose City Council to allow
medical cannabis zoning and operation regulations: 5 (Source: San Francisco CBS Local)

3. The estimated number of cannabis plants growing along
river systems in Northern California: 30,000 (Source: Salt Lake Tribune)

4. The number of collectives in San Jose that are tax
compliant: 65 (Source: San Jose Inside)

5. The amount of cannabis, in pounds, that was found washed
up on a Bay Area beach: 1,000 (Source: Toke
of the Town
)

OREGON

1. The amount of ice, in pounds, that one hash oil maker
uses to create a batch of bubble hash at his Oregon home, instead of resorting
to the use of butane: 20 (Source: The
Oregonian
)

2. The number of Oregon cities that voted not to ban medical
cannabis dispensaries: 100 (Source: The
Columbian
)

3. The percentage of butane hash oil sales in Oregon medical
cannabis dispensaries: 17 (Source: The
Oregonian
)

4. The number of people who attended a Washington County
Board of Commissioners hearing regarding a one-year ban on dispensaries: 80
(Source: The Oregonian)

5. The number of inspectors hired by the Oregon Medical
Marijuana Dispensary Program to inspect retail dispensaries: 3 (Source: The Oregonian)

ARIZONA

1. The total number of medical cannabis cards that Arizona
has issued: 50,000 (Source: PR Web)

2. The estimated amount of money, in thousands of dollars,
which the average Arizona medical cannabis dispensary currently makes in sales:
500 (Source: Tucson News Now)

3. The amount of square-footage that Arizona’s largest
medical cannabis facility covers: 58,000 (Source: Tucson News Now)

4. The amount of money, in thousands of dollars, that one
medical cannabis dispensary in Arizona raised for a Multiple Sclerosis charity:
6,000 (Source: My Fox DC)

5. The estimated percentage of Arizonan medical cannabis patients,
among seniors and veterans, who would qualify for a discount on their
medication if the proposal to reduce cost is approved: 50 (Source: WSMV-TV)

SAN DIEGO

1. The amount of fluid ounces, per bottle, in the newly
released San Diego-based cannabis medicated syrup: 2 (Source: LA Weekly)

2. The number of collectives that will be available as a
legal location for medical cannabis collectives in Pacific Beach: 1 (Source: UT San Diego)

3. The number of collectives that will be allowed to open
near Qualcomm Stadium: 3 (Source: UT San
Diego
)

4. The estimated number of home sites in San Diego that
could be used to cultivate cannabis in order to avoid classification as a
collective under new city regulations: 26, 451 (Source: Courthouse News)
http://www.courthousenews.com/2014/05/02/67544.htm

5. The estimated number of medical cannabis patients
residing in San Diego County: 70,000 (Source: Toke of the Town)

MICHIGAN

1. The number of players on the Michigan Wolverines NCAA
basketball team who were banned from the league for cannabis use for one year,
but then allowed to enter the 2014 NBA draft: 1 (Source: The Huffington Post)

2. The amount of money, in millions of dollars, which the
state of Michigan has gained in state finances since January: 6.8 (Source: Tri-County Times)

3. The number of medical card holders in Genesee County,
Michigan: 7,988 (Source: Tri-County Times)

4. The number of months that one medical cannabis dispensary
owner has waited to go to court after his business was shut down by police: 16
(Source: Daily Tribune)

5. The percentage of medical cannabis patients in Michigan
who use the herb to treat cancer illnesses: 2.63 (Source: The Times Herald)

WASHINGTON

1. The highest amount of THC, in milligrams, that can be
found in a dish from the newly unveiled The Samich food truck based in
Washington: 100 (Source: Fox News)

2. The length of the WA-based “Samich” food truck, in feet,
which provides ample room for preparing THC-infused food: 40 (Source: News Week)

3. The number of medical cannabis users in the state of
Washington, according to Americans for Safe Access: 100,000 (Source: King5)

4. The number of lottery winners chosen for medical cannabis
access points in the city of Longview: 3 (Source: TDN)

5. The number of acres that the Washington State Roza
Irrigation District covers, the company which has issued a memo to local
cannabis growing facilities regarding water usage: 72,000 (Source: The Huffington Post)

COLORADO

1. The estimated number of women in Denver who run large
grow operations, have opened storefronts and developed topical and edible
cannabis products: 24 (Source: The Salt
Lake Tribune
)

2. The estimated amount of money, in millions of dollars,
that Colorado made in taxes during the first three months of recreational
sales: 7.3 (Source: PolicyMIC.com)

3. The estimated number of people, in thousands, who are now
involved and employed in the Colorado cannabis industry: 10,000 (Source: VOX.com)

4. The number of patients who are still waitlisted to
relocate to Colorado in order to gain access to Charlotte’s Web: 200 (Source: Allgov.com)

5. The amount of money, in millions of dollars, that the
Department of Revenue reported that Colorado made, during the month of March alone,
in recreational cannabis: 19 (Source: Summit
Daily
)

LOS ANGELES

1. The number of months it took for cannabis advocates in
the city of Riverside to collect enough signatures to add legalization to the
June 2015 ballot: 4 (Source: The Press Enterprise)

2. The number of signatures that Riverside advocates
submitted to the registrar to get on the 2015 ballot: 20,206 (Source: The Press
Enterprise
)

3. The number of residents in Santa Ana, per every
collective, as defined in a pending proposal: 15,000 (Source: OC Register)

4. The amount of money, in millions of dollars, spent on
shutting down medical cannabis collectives in Lake Forest: 1 (Source: OC Register)

5. The amount of money, in dollars, which the city of Los
Angeles is dedicating to the salaries of eight attorneys, three of which will
be helping to enforce Proposition D: 622,424 (Source: The Daily News)

UNIVERSAL

1. The number of medical cannabis dispensaries that will be
allowed to operate on Las Vegas Boulevard and east of downtown: 12 (Source: San
Diego 6)

2. The number of Minnesotans who will benefit from medical
cannabis each month now that it has been approved: 5,000 (Source: Woodbury Bulletin)

3. The amount of money, in thousands of dollars, which one
political committee raised to assist in the legalization of cannabis in Florida
raised: 226,734 (Source: Miami CBS Local)

4. The percentage of members on the Saugus town council who
voted in favor of regulating the location and operation of medical cannabis dispensaries
in Maryland: 42: (Source: Saugus Wicked Local)

5. The minimum number of signatures that one Arkansas
medical cannabis group must raise to get cannabis on the next ballot: 62,000
(Source: THV11)

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