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The Humboldt Medical Marijuana Advisory Panel is a community-based nonpartisan policy group created to foster comprehensive approaches to legal marijuana policy, integrating health, safety, economic, and regulatory issues in Humboldt County, California and the United States.

HuMMAP speaks for the interests of legal marijuana growers, patients, caregivers, distributors and support services across Humboldt County. Join us!

Latest Marijuana News

“Taking the next step for California”

The following article was posted on June 30th, 2010, in the New Times – Volume 24, Issue 48

BY ASSEMBLYMEMBER TOM AMMIANO

What if California could raise hundreds of millions of dollars in new revenue to preserve vital state services without any tax increases? And what if at the same time, we could, without any new expense, [read more …]

“Changing World Of Cannabis” on KMUD today 5pm

Today at 5 the first of a three part radio documentary on the changing world of cannabis will be aired on KMUD. (Click here to download and listen.) This first installment looks at the initiative, views on it from CaNORML director Dale Gieringer and medical activist Frank Lucido, a look at the legal medical industry, [read more …]

California voters back pot legalization, but support is shaky – latimes.com

California voters back pot legalization, but support is shaky – latimes.com.

By John Hoeffel, Los Angeles Times

May 31, 2010 | 3:00 p.m.

California voters, by a modest margin, think they should be allowed to grow and consume marijuana, according to a new poll that also found more than 1 in 3 [read more …]

Pot-Farmer’s Market in Yolo County?

A smoky farmer’s market model for Yolo County

By ERIN TRACY
From the Daily Democrat

The sale and distribution of medical marijuana in unincorporated Yolo
County is an issue never formally addressed by the Board of Supervisors,
but the subject is gaining popularity.

“We are rural; the trendy stuff that hits San Francisco and L.A. will
eventually trickle to Yolo County, it’s [read more …]