A federal appeals court has rejected Oakland’s attempt to stop the government from shutting down a large medical marijuana dispensary.
More than 300 came from around the Bay Area to Golden Gate Park to participate in a 4-mile run to change stoner stereotypes.
A former tax-fighting Republican state senator now thinks it’s time to slap an excise tax on sales of medical marijuana.
The banking and marijuana industries could become unlikely allies in California’s green rush.
Dressed in polo shirts, tie-dyes and button-downs, about 75 people with medical marijuana cards lined up outside Silver State Relief, between a sub shop and pizza place in Sparks, to be among the first to buy as much as a half-ounce of pot for $195.
Last month, San Francisco’s first medical marijuana food festival made national headlines. Now, city officials said they will not allow a second one, and the organizer of the event accuses the city of intimidating cannabis clubs to discourage them from taking part.
A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that a San Francisco medical marijuana dispensary can’t deduct business expenses for sales of the drug from its taxable income.
California lawmakers have passed a bill that prevents medical marijuana users from being denied organ transplants just because they use pot.
Ridesharing service SideCar announced this week that it would offer medical marijuana delivery to customers in San Francisco.
An Oakland-based company is making pot-laced treats for ailing pampered pooches that owners say don’t get them high, they get them well. They’re called Treat-ibles.