Now That Pot Is Legal, Can I Smoke It At Work?Bottom line: You can't come to work high. You can still be drug tested. And you can still be fired - or not hired - for failing a drug test even if you're not the least bit impaired at work.
With Marijuana Legalized, California Plans How To Collect TaxesState analysts have estimated that state and local governments could eventually collect over $1 billion annually from the production and sale of legal pot.
Questions Remain After Sacramento City Council Legalizes Marijuana CultivationThe council will continue working out the details of the ordinance. It's unclear when permits will be issued, but it likely won't happen before the end of the year.
Sacramento City Council Passes Marijuana Cultivation Ordinance, Tables Delivery For NowIn a late night session, City Councilman Schenirer motioned to pass the ordinance with a few nuanced changes about fines for illegal operations and more structure in the neighborhood outreach plan.
Marijuana Advocates Worried If Jeff Sessions Named Attorney GeneralSupporters and opponents of marijuana legalization woke up to the news on Friday. Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions is Donald Trump's choice as the nation’s top law enforcement official.
Proposition 64: Marijuana Changes Will Have Big Impact On Certain Pot ChargesOne of the provisions that takes effect immediately is the decriminalization of certain pot charges, which is having a dramatic impact on hundreds of lives.
Legal Pot Means Temporary Tax Break For Some Medicinal Marijuana UsersState officials announced Thursday that certain purchases of medical cannabis are now exempt from sales taxes, under the law approved by voters this month that legalized recreational pot in California.
Proposition 64: Legal Recreational Marijuana Raises Concerns For Medical Pot GrowsIt’s a part of the law that has some worried about the future of medical marijuana grows and police concerned about enforcement.
Denver Becomes First City In US To Allow Pot In Bars, RestaurantsDenver has approved a first-in-the-nation law allowing people to use marijuana in bars and restaurants and other public spaces, such as art galleries or yoga studios.
Could Denver Marijuana Cafes Be In California's Future?A new law in Denver allows businesses, which get neighborhood approval and a city permit, to open a place for people to consume marijuana.
Marijuana Vote Unlikely At Sacramento City Council MeetingThe vote was originally scheduled for Tuesday night's City Council meeting, but sources have told CBS13 the vote will likely be put off while the details are sorted out.
Cannabis Cuisine: Marijuana Meals Moving From Pizza To Fine DiningThe 100 diners at this $200-a-plate dinner smoked a citrus-smelling marijuana strain to go with a fall salad with apples, dates and bacon.

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