Beginning next month, customers of indoor establishments such as restaurants, gyms, and salons in Los Angeles must show proof of vaccination before entering.
Arcata Decriminalizes Shrooms and Peyote
Brittany M. Mon, 10/11/2021 - 17:52
The Arcata City Council has voted unanimously to effectively decriminalize psilocybin mushrooms and other entheogenic plants like peyote and ayahuasca.
The Long Beach City Council is considering a controversial policy aimed at protecting kids at its parks.
Patrons of indoor restaurants, bars, gyms, spas and other covered businesses in West Hollywood must show proof of vaccination before entering.
Petitions have begun circulating in Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach, with more planned for Hermosa Beach and El Segundo.
LA City leaders voted unanimously Wednesday to move forward with an ordinance requiring partial vaccination to enter public indoor spaces.
The city is “proud of being on the cutting edge this time,” Economic Development Manager Gloria Ortega said.
Arcata poised to become third California city to decriminalize psychedelics
Brittany M. Tue, 07/13/2021 - 06:54
Arcata in Humboldt County could become the next California city to decriminalize psychedelics.
They’ll also have to pay an annual fee to help cover the cost of gun violence.
Fresno’s marijuana retail industry is expanding before it even gets off the ground. The City Council has increased the number of allowable marijuana retail permits from 14 to 21.