California, and other states that have legalized cannabis, are taking a cue from the fight over immigration.
Lawmakers are now considering sanctuary status for licensed marijuana businesses.
The proposed bills would bar using state or local resources to aid in federal efforts to go after individuals or businesses that are in compliance with state cannabis laws.
The city of Berkeley passed their own resolution just last month declaring itself a self-styled sanctuary city for marijuana users.
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