Due to the new economy, job loss and the inability to find a job has become a very common problem today. A lot of people are looking for a new job but they are not able to find one. This is because of the recession. In order to keep their job in the future people can start looking into the new field of cannabis. This is because cannabis is a very fast growing industry. There are a lot of people looking for jobs in this industry and a lot of money is being made. So if you are looking for a job that is not working in your area you should look into cannabis.

The California State Assembly has approved a package of $5 million in stimulus money for the California Cannabis Industry.

word-image-9673 15 years ago, no one could have imagined that the state of California would give marijuana growers and sellers $100 million to keep their businesses going. On Monday, the California Legislature approved a plan that provides subsidies for cannabis businesses that want to convert their temporary licenses to permanent ones. Due to the complexity of the process, approximately 82% of permit holders have provisional permits, but they cannot afford the cost and time required to complete them. Governor Gavin Newsom also proposed a separate six-month extension for the conversion of these permits. California voted to legalize recreational marijuana in 2016, but the number of licensed businesses is much lower than officials expected. Instead, unlicensed resellers continued to flourish. According to recent estimates, the number of illegal traders is three times the number of licensed traders. This is due to a number of factors, including high taxes on legalized weed, the difficulty of meeting environmental regulations, and the fact that many cities do not allow dispensaries within their borders. The money does not go directly to the marijuana sellers, but to the local authorities who hold most of the temporary permits. (Los Angeles, for example, will receive about $22 million.) Some cities will also be able to use these funds to provide capital to cannabis businesses owned by people of color. Outside Los Angeles, the money is split between Long Beach, San Francisco, Oakland, Commerce, Adelanto and Desert Hot Springs.

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