California Medical Marijuana News
November 20th, 2014The City Attorney’s Office obtained court orders on Wednesday to close two more marijuana dispensaries operating in violation of San Diego zoning regulations. The unpermitted dispensaries are four miles apart on El Cajon Boulevard, one in North Park and the other in the College Area. Superior Court Judge Ronald S. Prager gave the operators 24 hours to shut down the dispensaries.
November 19th, 2014Travel writer Rick Steves, columnist Andrew Sullivan, and the folks who legalized cannabis in Oregon this year are among those slated to speak at the International Cannabis Business Conference Feb. 15 and 16 in downtown San Francisco.
November 19th, 2014Yuba County supervisors — faced with increasing code violations and criminal activity from medical marijuana crops — have agreed to take a look at tightening up the county's pot growing ordinance.
November 17th, 2014After this month’s election, just one piece of the West Coast remained unwelcoming to recreational pot: California. But with voters in Oregon and Alaska legalizing the use and sale of marijuana — joining Washington and Colorado in inviting retail spreads of cannabis-infused teas and brownies and joints — advocates see fresh momentum behind the slow shift in how the public regards the green stuff and those who enjoy it.
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November 17th, 2014Since La Mesa voters on November 4 rejected a proposition to authorize and regulate medical marijuana dispensaries, the City of La Mesa will notify three dispensaries that they have ten days to "stop their business activities," assistant city attorney Greg Lusitana told the city council on November 12.
November 17th, 2014The Santa Ana City Council on Tuesday will vote whether to approve an enforcement plan to shut down illegal pot shops in the city now that Santa Ana residents voted Nov. 4 to legalize and tax medical marijuana collectives.
California: Reporter Mike Sugerman Puts Bay Area Medicinal Marijuana Dispensary Products To The Test
November 15th, 2014More than a full week since Nevada County cast its vote on Election Day, several of the local races remain too close to call, as the Elections Office continues to count the remaining 2,832 ballots yet to be tabulated.
November 15th, 2014Four states out of 50 may not sound like much of a mandate, but the success of marijuana initiatives on the ballot last week suggests the nation is inching toward legalizing the once-demon weed.
November 13th, 2014A San Mateo County jury on Wednesday found a 36-year-old San Francisco man guilty of attempting to bring marijuana aboard a flight at the San Francisco International Airport last year, prosecutors said.
November 13th, 2014SAN DIEGO — San Diego made headway Thursday in its efforts to shut down roughly 50 illegal pot shops still operating in the city when City Attorney Jan Goldsmith obtained a court order to close a Mission Valley marijuana dispensary that had moved from Bankers Hill.
November 13th, 2014Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustments Board voted unanimously Nov. 6 to declare the Forty Acres Medical Marijuana Growers’ Collective a public nuisance – the latest step in Berkeley’s three-year odyssey to shut the place down.
November 13th, 2014The city of San Diego obtained a court order Thursday to close a marijuana dispensary in Mission Valley, the owners of which had already been shut down once in another location.
November 11th, 2014With county Registrars of Voters around the state reporting the lowest voter turnout in decades, San Diego County's ballots were jam-packed with five congressional districts, three state senate, and seven state Assembly seats up for grabs.
November 10th, 2014BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - United States District Judge Lawrence J. O’Neill sentenced Gustavo Angel Salinas, 26, of Bakersfield, today to 21 months in prison for conspiring to violate federal narcotics laws, United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced today.
November 10th, 2014Here’s an unfortunate but realistic prediction: Six months from now, a year at most, Californians will look at a troubling new wave of crime and ask, “What happened?” Here’s what happened: Last week’s voter approval of Proposition 47.
November 7th, 2014As longtime defenders of individual liberty, we’ve been pleased to see the public take a decisively more libertarian turn on the issue of marijuana legalization in recent years.
November 6th, 2014After Tuesday's vote, Butte County officials are preparing to apply a more vigorous set of limitations on the local production of medical marijuana. This week the public overwhelmingly approved an ordinance adopted by the Butte County Board of Supervisors in February.