.Daily Roundup: The Snoop Dogg Effect; Kamala Harris Labeled ‘Medical Terrorist’

Here’s your Tuesday must-reads: 1. Cannabis has been a boon to energy sellers in Northern California. Indoor growers can spend as much as $4,000 a month on electricity. Energy use in Mendocino County has risen 27 percent – more than three times the state’s average – since medical marijuana was legalized in 1996. Humboldt County’s usage has risen 51 percent, more than six times the state’s average, PG&E told the Press-Democrat. The average California household used 561 kilowatt hours in 2009, according to PG&E. In Humboldt County, the average was 673 kilowatt hours, and among PG&E’s Mendocino County customers, it averaged 768. [via DPFCA] More headlines after the jump.

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