San Francisco Isn't Prepared For Recreational Marijuana LegalizationSan Francisco will not have a regulatory framework in place by January 1st, when recreational marijuana becomes legal.
San Francisco Creating 'Office Of Cannabis' For Marijuana BusinessesWith legalized recreational marijuana sales fast approaching, San Francisco is set to create a new Office of Cannabis to handle cannabis permits and complaints and serve as a centralized resource for the public and businesses.
Legalization Allows Some Californians To Reduce Their Pot ConvictionsWith the legalization of pot in California, some previous convictions are going up in smoke.
Marin County Considers Slowing Down Legalization Of Recreational PotBefore recreational marijuana even has a chance in Marin County, it could become illegal.
Marijuana Legalization Movement Courting Moms To Back Prop. 64For 20 years now, political pundits have been talking about, and obsessing over, "soccer moms." But this year, they could be the key to legalizing marijuana for recreational use.
California Pot Farmers Divided On Legalizing Recreational MarijuanaCalifornia voters will decide Nov. 8 whether to legalize marijuana for recreational use — an issue that has sown deep division among longtime growers.
10 Million More Americans Using Marijuana, Researchers SayA newly-released study estimates the number of marijuana users in the United States grew by 10 million people over a 12 year span.
'Green Rush' In NorCal Towns Have Some Calling For Moratoriums On Marijuana CultivationChange is happening fast in the Calaveras County foothills since the Butte Fire devastated communities in the area. There’s a ‘green rush’ going on as farmers buy up land ahead of the potential legalization of recreational marijuana in California.
All-Time High: Poll Finds 61 Percent Support Marijuana LegalizationA new poll released Friday finds more than six in 10 Americans are now supporting the legalization of marijuana.
Newsom Report Calls For Heavy Regulation If California Legalizes MarijuanaA blue-ribbon panel chaired by Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday released a policy report recommending that any move to legalize marijuana in California should emphasize public safety, limiting access by minors, and limiting corporate control over the maximization of tax revenue.
Pot Panel Ponders Using Tax Revenue To Fund Drug Counseling At Every California High SchoolMembers of a commission led by California's lieutenant governor said Tuesday that legalizing the recreational use of marijuana could generate enough tax revenue to fund drug education and counseling centers at every high school in the state, a potential upside that should be seriously considered as activists work to put a pot-legalization initiative before voters next year.
Lt. Gov. Newsom Holds Forum On How To Regulate Pot If California Legalizes ItLt. Governor Gavin Newsom held a public hearing on UCLA's campus to discuss how to best regulate recreational marijuana should it become legal in the State of California.