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California College Paying People to Smoke Weed and Virtually Drive for Study

By | July 16th, 2018|California, Driving, News|

In an effort to better understand the ways cannabis use impacts traffic safety, UC San Diego is conducting a virtual driving study that tests how driving high impacts the ability to respond to common challenges on the roadway. The study, the largest of its kind to date, is being conducted by the college’s Center for [...]

The Best Public Places to Smoke a J in LA

By | July 11th, 2018|California, featured, Los Angeles, News|

Welcome to Los Angeles, where temperatures are mild, palm trees are tall, flip-flop loyalty is strong, and any time of the year is a good time to smoke weed outside. With almost 285 days of sunshine each year, there’s no better way to celebrate California’s weather—and marijuana legalization—than by lighting one up at one of [...]

The 10 Best Marijuana Dispensaries in San Diego

By | July 5th, 2018|California, dispensaries, featured, San Diego|

In the past year, fully legal recreational marijuana sales have transformed San Diego area dispensaries from back-alley operations to modern, hip and unique storefronts, with amazing selections of product. Though the county has dozens, these are the 10 best places to buy cannabis and cannabis-related products in San Diego. Courtesy of Southwest Patient Group SouthWest [...]

California Dispensaries Must Destroy $350 Million Worth of Weed

By | July 3rd, 2018|California, News, regulations|

Across California, compost bins are fuller and dispensary shelves are a little emptier than usual. If you knew the signs, you’d sense that something dramatic had just happened. And you’d be right. On Sunday, the stringent new “seed to sale” tracking standards for California’s cannabis market went into effect. Overnight, thousands of pounds of cannabis [...]

LA Hosts Historic First Meeting of Cannabis Regulation Commission

By | July 2nd, 2018|California, featured, legalization, Los Angeles, News|

The inaugural meeting of the Cannabis Regulation Commission was held tonight at Los Angeles City Hall, packing the John Ferraro Council Chamber Room to standing room only with a diverse crowd. Though this particular meeting is just the first of many to come, Robert Ahn—a former planning commissioner who was unanimously elected president of the [...]

6 California Bartenders Talk CBD Cocktails and a New Era of Mixology for California

By | July 2nd, 2018|alcohol, California, drinkables, Edibles, featured|

When West Hollywood vegan eatery Gracias Madre first introduced CBD cocktails to their beverage program in 2016, it was a risk. A big risk, considering the stigma of cannabis and the many unknowns surrounding the legality, perception, and applications of cannabidiol in Prohibition-era Los Angeles. More than two years later, after the landmark legalization of [...]

First-of-Its-Kind Conference Brings Psychedelics Into the Mainstream

By | June 29th, 2018|California, Culture, psychedelics|

Packed inside the Ackerman Grand Ballroom at the University of California, Los Angeles, an eclectic group sat and listened as experts thoughtfully discussed a topic that, decades ago, might have struck some as unusual in an academic setting: psychedelics. It was the first-ever Los Angeles Psychedelic Science Symposium (LAPSS). The crowd consisted of students, advocates, [...]

Ex-Police Chief Used Misleading Stats to Lobby Against San Diego Dispensaries

By | June 29th, 2018|California, News, Police, San Diego|

Former Chief of Police Shelley Zimmerman presented misleading data to the San Diego City Council last year in an effort to sway them against approving cannabis businesses, an investigation has revealed.  Zimmerman retired from the San Diego Police Department in March of this year. At a meeting in September 2017, the council was considering proposals [...]

Permit Patty’s Claims That She Faked 911 Call Debunked

By | June 29th, 2018|Busted, California, News, Race|

Audio of a 911 call disputes claims from former cannabis firm CEO Alison Ettel that she only pretended to call police on an eight-year-old girl for selling water without a permit. Ettel was dubbed ‘Permit Patty’ after video of the call was posted online by Erin Austin, the girl’s mother. The social media uproar that [...]

California Dispensaries Having Blow-Out Sales Ahead of July 1st Regulations

By | June 28th, 2018|Business, California, News, regulations|

California cannabis dispensaries are having blow-out sales in preparation for new state regulations that take effect July 1. The retailers are clearing their shelves of items that do not comply with testing, labeling, packaging, and other requirements. Businesses must destroy any product not in compliance with Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) regulations remaining on Sunday. Some [...]