Lawmakers advanced legislation relating to banking, pets, transparency, and statewide delivery.
At Los Angeles Public Meeting on Cannabis, Funding for City’s Social Equity Program Takes Center StageBy Julia Barajas California
The Dennis Peron and Brownie Mary Act is named after activists who pushed for the first medical cannabis law in the US.
Southern California’s San Bernardino County to Decide on Agreement with DEA Cannabis Eradication Program
The county is among the state's most conservative when it comes to cannabis.
Last week, the Bureau of Cannabis Control’s Advisory Committee held its first meeting of the year, and decided to create subcommittees on social equity, delivery, and lab testing.
Licenses for cannabis shops on the California side of Lake Tahoe are often tied up in local disputes. But in nearby Reno, on the Nevada side, business is booming.
Passage could lead to substantive changes in cannabis research, taxation, banking and public safety.
A nascent industry needs protection, but so do certain neighborhoods.
Lawmakers introduced a bill that would use tax breaks to prop up the legal industry.
A grassroots chapter ends for the first state in the US to legalize medical cannabis, in 1996.
Two state-backed studies all but shut that door.
As cities across the state continue to draft their own rules for home cultivation, this ruling in Fontana could serve as a precedent.
Soon, cannabis farmers could set their products apart with geographic origin names, like Champagne for wine.