Nevada Posts Record $7.9 Million In Legal Marijuana Sales In JulyNevada kicked off the first month of the new fiscal year with its biggest monthly marijuana sales since the state legalized pot for recreational use on July 1, 2017.
Gov. Brown Signs Bill Letting Cities Approve Marijuana Special EventsGov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill authored by Assemblyman Bill Quirk, D-Hayward, that gives cities the authority to approve temporary cannabis events.
Growing Concern Over Proposed Pot Dispensary Next To Martinez Youth CenterThe City of Martinez is debating whether a pot shop and a youth center can exist side-by-side.
Get Ready For 'Bongzilla,' Selfie Frenzy At Vegas Pot MuseumA 24-foot glass bong taller than a giraffe, huggable faux marijuana buds and a pool full of foam weed nuggets are among the attractions — and Instagram backdrops — at a new Las Vegas museum celebrating all things cannabis.
Small Craft Pot Farmers Excited For Regional Cannabis AppellationsMuch as wine has specific regional appellations, California’s famous cannabis crop is going to get some designated appellations of its own. And the state’s small cannabis farmers are absolutely thrilled.
Camp Green: Black Entrepreneurs Cash In On Multi-Billion Dollar Marijuana 'Green Rush'BR's Christin Ayers met up with a group of African American entrepreneurs that is getting in on California’s so-called green rush. It's called Camp Green.
State Marijuana Taxes Pick Up but Still Far Off TargetMarijuana cultivation and excise tax collections hit $48 million between April and June, well below the windfall envisioned by the state.
California Cities With Pot Bans Object To Plan To Allow Deliveries StatewideCalifornia cities are objecting to a proposed plan that they say would allow unchecked home marijuana deliveries in places that have banned local pot sales.
Empty Shelves At Some Bay Area Pot Dispensaries After New July 1 Label LawMany California pot dispensaries say their profits are going up in smoke. Shelves are sitting empty ever since a new labeling law took effect July 1.
Pot Vendors Scramble to Unload Inventory Before New Rules Take EffectA big shakeup is coming to California's multi-billion-dollar recreational marijuana industry. Retailers are facing a major deadline which could cause a pot shortage.
Seniors Fight To Get Much-Needed Medical Marijuana Delivered In Walnut CreekTuesday night the Walnut Creek city council unanimously approved a plan to allow two dispensaries to operate but there will be no storefronts, only deliveries.