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A week after giving itself 10 months and 15 days to get marijuana regulations on the books, the San Bernardino City Council got its first look at ordinances for commercial cannabis businesses, personal cultivation and public consumption. The byproduct of public input, recommendations of a cannabis advisory committee, suggestions from cannabis consultant HdL and staff insight, the regulations would replace Measure O – tentatively ruled invalid by a San Bernardino County Superior Court judge late last year – as law. The judge’s final, written decision is expected soon. The public will have two chances to weigh-in on the proposed regulations: at a Feb. 13 Planning Commission meeting and a Feb. 21 City Council meeting. Here’s what San Bernardino’s proposed marijuana regulations look like

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