Portland, Oregon took the #1 spot nationally, followed by Denver, Colorado.
California voters weighed in on over two dozen local cannabis measures last Tuesday.
California voters will weigh in on over two dozen local cannabis measures this November.
As a scathing new series by the Los Angeles Times documents, there is now more illegal cannabis being grown in California than ever before; the black market is more dangerous than ever before; people and lands are being exploited; and public corruption has reached new depths.
Cities and counties across the state will give voters the option to legalize commercial marijuana markets this November, potentially creating up to 150 new licenses.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved a measure that urges local police to make entheogenic plants “the lowest priority” for enforcement and requests that city resources “
Brentwood Cracks Down on Illegal Pot Grows. Is Prohibition the Problem?
Brittany M. Tue, 07/19/2022 - 05:18
Brentwood, which prohibits commercial cannabis, has seen a rise in illegal home cannabis grows. That's not the case in Antioch where pot businesses are legal.
The city's four existing cannabis dispensaries can now begin planning for on-site cannabis use.
Another Coachella Valley city is opening its doors to retail cannabis. In a 3 to 1 vote last Wednesday, the Indio City Council voted to move forward with a plan to legalize dispensaries.
Among other things, the authors call on lawmakers to entice cities that have been opposed to marijuana operations within their borders.