Our View: Bribery case a cautionary tale for the cannabis industry
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Dayspring sentenced to 22 months for bribing county supervisor for cannabis permits
The cannabis grower who bribed a San Luis Obispo County supervisor has been sentenced to 22 months in federal prison. Helios Dayspring, who also goes by “Bobby,” was sentenced on May 27 by U.S. District Judge André Birotte Jr. in his Los Angeles courtroom. Dayspring has also paid $3.4 million to the IRS as restitution Read More →
Glass House to buy dispensaries linked to SLO County bribery scandal
NOTE: This article was posted May 13 and updated May 17 to add comments from Graham Farrar of Glass House Brands and from the city manager of Grover Beach. Carpinteria-based cannabis company Glass House Brands is buying three dispensaries from Natural Healing Centers, the company at the center of a bribery scandal in San Luis Read More →