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California Restaurant Publicly Calls out Weed Dispensary Over Name

By | September 4th, 2018|Business, California, News|

The owners of the Fumé Bistro, a restaurant and bar in California’s Napa Valley, are unhappy with a cannabis delivery service’s decision to use a similar name for its business. Terry Letson, chef and one of the restaurant’s four owners, told local media that the name of the new cannabis delivery dispensary Napa Valley Fumé is causing [...]

Report Shows Nearly 90 Percent of Illegal Cannabis Farms Use Toxic Pesticides

By | August 30th, 2018|California, News, pesticides|

According to new reports from federal authorities and researchers, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of illegal marijuana grows in California that are using dangerous pesticides. As a result, researchers said these illegal grows are harming animals and poisoning water sources. Increase in Dangerous Chemicals As reported by the Associated Press, new [...]

Former Mayor of Los Angeles Antonio Villaraigosa Joins MedMen Board

By | August 30th, 2018|California, featured, Los Angeles, News|

Antonio Villaraigosa, the former mayor of Los Angeles, has been named to the board of directors of cannabis retailer and producer MedMen. The company, which is based in Los Angeles, operates 19 licensed cannabis facilities in three states. “I’m excited for this opportunity to shape the cannabis industry and its commitment to social equity by joining [...]

Cannabis Company Henry’s Original Joins Local Wildfire Relief Efforts

By | August 29th, 2018|California, charity, News, wildfires|

Northern California is no stranger to wildfires, but this year has been one of the worst ever. The Mendocino Complex Fire has ravaged much of the region, quickly becoming the largest wildfire in California state history. Now, as fire crews begin making significant headway, relief efforts are underway to help those affected by the fires. [...]

California Weed Delivery Service Raided by Bureau of Cannabis Control

By | August 29th, 2018|California, News, regulations|

California’s Bureau of Cannabis Control was forced into action on Monday, after a complaint pertaining to a cannabis delivery operation in southeast Sacramento. According to a report by The Sacramento Business Journal, two state agencies—The Bureau of Cannabis Control, and the state Department of Consumer Affairs’ Cannabis Enforcement Unit, raided The Cannaisseur Club, a marijuana delivery service located [...]

California Assembly Passes Bill to Allow Students Medical Marijuana in Public Schools

By | August 28th, 2018|California, children, News, School, teens|

California legislators are heeding the calls of parents and caregivers of children who use medical cannabis. For years, parents have decried the fact that California law does not permit medical cannabis on or within 1,000 feet of public school grounds. On Monday, state lawmakers moved to change that, approving a bill that would allow parents [...]

California Lawmakers Pass Bill to Overturn Pre-Legalization Marijuana Convictions

By | August 23rd, 2018|California, featured, Justice, News, prison|

California lawmakers have passed a bill directing prosecutors throughout the state to overturn convictions for acts that are no longer illegal under the state’s Prop 64 cannabis legalization initiative. The bill would also reduce many felony convictions for marijuana-related crimes to misdemeanors. The measure, Assembly Bill 1793, was passed by the California Senate Wednesday with a [...]

Report Shows Teen Marijuana Use in California Has Declined

By | August 22nd, 2018|California, News, teens|

A statewide study in California has found that cannabis use by teens in the state has declined. Results of the California Healthy Kids Survey were released by the California Department of Education on Monday. The study is funded by the state’s health and education departments and is conducted every two years. According to the research, 4.2 percent [...]

Tax Revenue from California’s Legal Marijuana Falls Short of Estimates

By | August 16th, 2018|California, featured, News, taxes|

Tax revenue from California’s legal marijuana market fell far short of estimates in the second quarter, state officials have announced. The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration released figures for the period April through June 2018 on Wednesday. California’s excise tax on cannabis generated nearly $43.5 million in revenue during that time. The cultivation tax generated [...]

Epileptic 5-Year-Old Granted Permission to Bring Cannabis Oil to School

By | August 14th, 2018|California, children, epilepsy, News, seizures|

Medical cannabis is legal in 30 states and adults can use it recreationally in 9 of those states, including Washington, D.C. But in all but a few of those places, cannabis laws prohibit possession or consumption anywhere near schools. In California, for example, Proposition 64, the state’s legalization measure, bans cannabis of any kind for [...]