Concerns Raised Over Growing California Pot SurplusA marijuana industry leader says California is growing way too much pot, leaving the state with questions about what to with the surplus.
Gala Feast Promotes 'Cannabis Cuisine' For The CuriousOver the weekend, an unusual first-of-its-kind gala took place in Sonoma County where a remarkable gourmet meal was served at a secret location with a secret ingredient.
San Francisco Office Of Cannabis To Regulate Recreational Marijuana SalesWith 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.
Nevada Legal Marijuana Shortage Prompts 'Statement Of Emergency'Less than two weeks after Nevada began allowing recreational marijuana sales, stores are running out of pot to sell, according to the state's Department of Taxation.
Some Cities, States Help Minorities Enter Marijuana IndustryAndre Shavers was sentenced to five years on felony probation after authorities burst into the house where he was living in one of Oakland's most heavily policed neighborhoods and found a quarter ounce of marijuana.
California Attempts To Control Unruly Medical Marijuana IndustryState regulators released draft regulations Friday intended to impose order on the loosely organized marketplace created over two decades ago.
Celebrities Launch Pot Brands As California Marijuana Market Gets Set To BoomCelebrities are publicly jumping into the marijuana industry and eyeing the California pot market.
Marin County Considers Slowing Down Legalization Of Recreational PotBefore recreational marijuana even has a chance in Marin County, it could become illegal.
California Aims to Grow $7 Billion Legal Marijuana EconomyState government workers are crafting regulations and rules that will govern the nation's largest legal marijuana economy.
California Treasurer Asks Trump For Guidance On Pot, BankingCalifornia Treasurer John Chiang on Friday appealed to President-elect Donald Trump for guidance on how the state's projected $7 billion marijuana industry can participate in the nation's banking system while pot remains illegal under U.S. law.
Big Victories For Legal Pot, But Path Ahead Is UncertainThe number of Americans living in states with recreational marijuana more than tripled after at least three states voted to fully legalize the drug.
Some Critics Warn Of Promised Financial Benefits Of Prop 64While California appears set to follow Colorado's lead on legalized recreational pot, some critics claim voters were fooled by a false promise by marijuana backers in that state.