SAN JOSE (KCBS) – Advocates of medical marijuana rallied outside San Jose City Hall Thursday in a noisy protest over stringent new operating rules about to go into effect which, pot club owners, said would shut down all the city’s existing marijuana collectives, and force those permitted to re-open into remote areas of the city.
The San Jose City Council is expected to vote on Tuesday to drastically reduce the number of medical marijuana dispensaries in the city and create some rigid new rules.
Researchers at UCSF are on the cutting edge of testing a marijuana-based drug for the treatment of severe epilepsy in kids.
A new poll shows 50 percent of California voters don’t want marijuana legalized for recreational use, along with overwhelming support for doctor-recommended use of pot for the severely ill.
A former law enforcement officer is touting the benefits of medicinal marijuana in Oakland after a broken back back has given him a change of heart.
As California voters go to the polls next month to vote on the legalization of recreational marijuana, voters in San Jose will consider a proposed marijuana business tax.
A new Field Poll shows that a majority of California voters now support a proposition that would legalize recreational marijuana use in the state.