Controlled Burns Planned in Some Bay Area Counties Proposal For Free High-Speed Internet Across SF Shelved Dads, Others Protest Separation of Immigrant Families 20,000 Celebrate First Legal 4/20 at SF’s Hippie Hill Business of Pot: California Still Figuring it Out Marijuana Trade Show Focuses on Technology Erin Brockovich Joins North Bay Fire Legal Fight Fight to Save Fremont Bowling Alley Homophobic Fliers Found Posted Around Palo Alto Examining the High Cost for San Francisco’s Central Subway Baby Bald Eagle on Road to Recovery After Falling From Nest NBC Bay Area Wins 2 National Murrow Awards Hundreds in SF Protest Family Border Separations Hello Kitty Cafe Truck Brings Die-Hard Fans to Bay Area SJ Expected to Approve Zoning Changes to Allow More ADUs 3 Juveniles Arrested After Union City Police Shooting South Bay Leaders Tackle Citizenship Question on 2020 Police Searching For Suspect in Armed Robbery of SJ Business ‘Jogger Joe’ Pleads Not Guilty to Robbery Charge Jury Finds ‘Berkeley 5’ Protesters Not Guilty of Assault Many Millennials Tip Below 20 Percent: Survey Family Fights to Keep Undocumented Mother in United States New Details Released in Sexual Assault of Teen in Palo Alto Rising Sea Levels Threaten Bay Area Homes: Report Arson Suspected in Several Small Fires on Santa Rosa Trail Man Caught on Video Kicking Homeless Person Arrested Health Officials Classify Some Video Games as Addictive A big shake-up is coming in the marijuana business, and that means big discounts on weed here in the Bay Area. But it also might soon lead to a shortfall in product availability. Customers are already seeing discounts of 30-50 percent on some marijuana items in the Bay Area, and that’s likely to last a little while because dispensaries have to make room for newly regulated product. Starting July 1, all medical and recreational cannabis must adhere to new state guidelines for testing and packaging. So dispensaries like Caliva in San Jose will have to sell all of their existing inventory to make room for newly labeled product. “There is a lot of discounts that’ll be out there over the next two weeks,” said Larry Thacker, head of operations at Caliva. Marijuana Discounts, Possible Shortage With New Rules Coming

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