Legal Pot: Death of the Emerald Triangle?

"You're looking at a Wild West scramble. All these people are up in the air. Nothing can tell you what's going to happen," she said.

The image of a Napa-esque marijuana industry brought a chuckle to a Mendocino County official who asked not to be named.

"Can you imagine? People come in to our little boutique shops to try different varieties of pot? We'd have our wine tasting areas and our pot tasting areas," he said with wonder before a more somber thought took over:

"As far as what's going to happen? I haven't the first clue."

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