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Thank you for Voting Yes on measure GG!

HMB Cannabis ballot measure passed!

On November 6, 2018, Half Moon Bay voters approved Measure GG to allow limited commercial cannabis activities, including the production of immature plants (starts) in existing greenhouses. The measure passed with 52.96% of the vote, passing by a total of 333 votes. Thank you to everyone who supported our campaign to support Measure GG, and thank you to the voters who passed it! Election results available here.

Upcoming Events:

  • Tuesday January 15, 2019 @6pm

    Phog Foundation Patient Education Series - How Does Cannabis Work?

    • Join us for this first event in a new series hosted by the Phog Foundation about how we use cannabis as medicine and how it works in our bodies. There will be a presentation and Q&A session, followed by casual time to connect. Learn more about event and RSVP here.

  • Tuesday January 22, 2019

    Monthly Meeting @6pm, Social Hour @7pm

Learn more about state regulations, public safety, security provisions, preventing youth access, environmental impact, odor/light control measures, and more regarding regulated cannabis activities on our Fear vs. Fact Sheet.

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What is a Cannabis Nursery?

Curious to know what a cannabis nursery operation looks like? Click below for a virtual tour!

The Coastside Buzz put together a photo essay of a cannabis nursery tour in Salinas, available in English and Spanish, to make sure coastside residents on all sides of the issue can understand what Measure GG is proposing to regulate.

Cannabis “Starts” Operation in Salinas by Michelle Dragony (en Español)

News features

HMB Cannabis Debate and Farmer John & EdA Muller Featured in the Washington PosT!

Can Pot Save the Pumpkin Farm? Story by Damien Paletta, Photos by Ricky Carioti (The Washington Post, October 30, 2018)

Farmer John in his Half Moon Bay nursery. (c) San Jose Mercury News, 2018 (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)

Farmer John in his Half Moon Bay nursery. (c) San Jose Mercury News, 2018 (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)

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