At least a dozen localities have altered their tax rates and/or called for statewide reform.
Seventeen cities and counties have received a total of $100 million in state funds to help transition local cannabis businesses to the legal market.
“It's been incredible to see the transformation,” Deputy City Manager Doria Wilms told NBC News. “We don't see it slowing down."
It’s not everyday we get good news about LA’s seismic risk, so savor this one while you can. Scientists have pinpointed a long-overlooked portion of the southern San Andreas fault that they say could
Desert Hot Springs will lower its marijuana cultivation tax to make itself a more competitive destination for cannabis businesses.
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He is headed for the cannabis industry and also plans on running for City Council in the future.
The accident, which killed 13 people and wounded another 31 in Desert Hot Springs on Sunday, is being called one of the state’s deadliest wrecks in decades.
The City of Desert Hot Springs has announced the resignation of City Manager Martin Magaña, effective July 21.