California promised to restore social equity when it decriminalized recreational pot sales, so those who suffered discrimination could benefit from the marijuana boom.
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California State Senator Scott Wiener Bids to Deliver Medical Cannabis He has a great reputation for tackling social issues, including facilitating more housing construction.
Although the terms “weed,” “pot,” “grass,” “flower,” or “Mary Jane,” are tossed around interchangeably, Washington state has officially declared one word unacceptable: “marijuana.”
Why are California lawmakers picking on fentanyl, as if they think they can stub it out like a tired old joint?
At the launch of new dispensaries with designated hang-out spots allowing on-site consumption, WeHo faces a burning question: should cannabis special events also be permitted?
If you’ve been paying attention to the news lately, you’ve probably seen something about the fact that the State Fair is hosting a Cannabis Cup for the first time in the history of California.
Maybe It’s Not the Pot Grower This Time. Thurston “Smitty” Smith is Thirsty for Iron-fisted Tactics.
California Republican Assemblyman Thurston “Smitty” Smith wants to turn the clock back to Reefer Madness.
Gary Chambers Jr. has the right idea. He’s inhaling for all the world to see. None of this I did not inhale. Obama was more open about it and honest enough to admit inhaling was the point.
A new year marks a turn of a page and in many cases that turn of a page can make a difference for many. In California that change of year now means The Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) is accepting equity fee waivers from businesses that meet certain eligibility standards.
Governor Newsom signed a mammoth 770 new laws in 2021 and although some will not take effect on Day 1 like mandating mental health instruction in schools or requiring gender-neutral toy sections in stores, most will.