Tax Cut For California Pot Industry: Too Little, Too Late?California's governor on Friday proposed a temporary tax cut for the state's struggling legal marijuana industry, but businesses said it falls far short of what's needed to revive a foundering pot economy.
Cameras To Be Placed Near Dispensaries To Reduce CrimeJayden’s Journey in Modesto is one of ten dispensaries in Stanislaus county that will soon be located near new county cameras designed to spot stolen cars and help prevent crime.
Mayor Calls For Sacramento Pot Shop Permit InvestigationOne individual has amassed eight pot shop permits in Sacramento, nearly one-third of all the pot shops in the city.
How Legal Marijuana Threatens Sacramento Roller DerbyCalifornia's legalization of marijuana threatens the survival of a women's sport that has been rapidly growing in popularity.
Once-Counterculture 420 Marijuana Holiday Goes MainstreamPotheads have for decades celebrated their love of marijuana on April 20, but the once counter-culture celebration that was all about getting stoned now is so mainstream Corporate America is starting to embrace it.
Gains And Growing Pains Mark California's 1st Year Of Legal PotAt year's end, California's effort to transform its longstanding illegal and medicinal marijuana markets into a unified, multibillion-dollar industry remains a work in progress. It's a mix of success stories, struggles and crashes.
Hiring High: Legalized Marijuana In California Sprouts Hundreds Of Cannabis CareersThe state's soon-to-be cash crop is sprouting a new kind of green.
Some Nevada Pot Retailers 'Running On Fumes'Recreational marijuana retailers in Nevada are optimistic that an emergency regulation state tax officials are expected to approve on Thursday will help keep them from running out of pot supplies.