Pot For Pets: Owners Treat Sick Animals With CannabisMichael Fasman's 12-year-old dog, Hudson, limps from pain caused by arthritis and an amputated toe, but Fasman doesn't want to give her painkillers because "they just knock her out."
Los Angeles Sheriff Expects Federal Crackdown On Pot Despite Lack Of ManpowerLos Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell also decried California legislation that would make the state a sanctuary for immigrants in the country illegally by limiting how much local law enforcement agencies can work with federal immigration authorities.
Experts On California's Still Budding Pot Industry Meeting In SacramentoThe second annual cannabis industry policy meeting takes place Tuesday in Sacramento.
Yolo County Part Of Seed To Weed Tracking Pilot Program For Marijuana In CaliforniaYolo County is taking part in a pilot program to track and trace marijuana from seed to sale. The cultivators in the training session are learning to digitally mark their products.
Science Lags Behind Marijuana Impairment TestingMarijuana and driving sound like a bad idea, but it’s up to the California Highway Patrol to determine if someone is impaired behind the wheel.
Nevada Considers Treating Opioid Addicts With Medical MarijuanaSenate Democrats introduced a bill Tuesday that would allow registered nurses, psychologists, counselors and social workers who treat opioid addicts to prescribe those patients medical marijuana.
Marijuana Advocates Take Cautious Approach To White House WarningWhite House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Thursday made comments about marijuana that both ignited concern in some and sparked hope in others.
When It Comes To Testing Pot Behind The Wheel, Science And Laws Are LackingWhile marijuana is legal for recreational and medical use; it's still against the law to get behind the wheel when impaired by the drug. But what does "impairment" mean? It depends on who you ask.
White House Expects Legalized Marijuana Crackdown By Justice DepartmentA renewed focus on recreational marijuana in states that have legalized pot would present a departure from the Trump administration's statements in favor of states' rights.
California Lawmakers Look To Close Proposition 64 LoopholesThe cannabis industry, which is largely self-regulated, is slowly becoming more restrictive. Assemblyman Adam Gray (D-Merced) introduced a bill that would place far more child protections on future recreational marijuana businesses.
Medical Marijuana Keeps Sacramento Woman From Heart TransplantHer family tells us Summer Waltman had been seeking medical help in San Francisco but was transferred to Mercy General late Thursday night where she’ll be kept comfortable.
UC Davis Study Raises Mold Worries For Medical Marijuana UsersDr. George Thompson with UC Davis specializes in patients with fungal infections. He noticed a strange trend in patients with depleted immune systems.

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