Coronavirus Outbreak Causes Marijuana Home Delivery To SurgeOne company rushed to expand its delivery fleet. Another has seen sales triple. The global coronavirus pandemic has left millions of people locked out of bars, restaurants and theaters, but it’s been an unexpected boost for some U.S. pot shops.
CBS13 Finds Tahoe Park Marijuana Lounge Was Operating Illegally After investigating a so-called marijuana lounge, CBS13 found the Tahoe Park business has been operating without a license.
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.
Higher Percentage Of California Pot Passing Safety Tests
Big Chunk Of California Pot Products Fail Potency, Purity Tests Nearly 20 percent of marijuana products in California have failed tests for potency and purity since the state started requiring the checks on July 1, a failure rate some in the industry say has more to do with unrealistic standards and technical glitches than protecting consumer safety.
Natomas Home Being Used For Illegal Marijuana Grow Targeted By ThievesIt’s not your usual home burglary in Natomas. Sacramento Police arrested four men Thursday morning after they allegedly broke into a home to steal marijuana plants.
California Collects $60.9 Million In Taxes In 3 Months From Marijuana Users, GrowersLegal recreational marijuana sales netted the state of California $60.9 million in tax revenue in the first three months of 2018, according to the state’s tax agency.
Ground-Breaking Cannabis Event Kicks Off At Cal Expo TonightA concert and cannabis festival is lighting up Cal Expo Friday and making history in the process.
Former Speaker of the House John Boehner Joins Marijuana Firm’s Advisory BoardJohn Boehner is heading for the boardroom of a cannabis company, the former Speaker of the House announced Wednesday.
As Pot Shops Fear Federal Crackdown, State Lawmaker Introduces Sanctuary-Pot BillLocal pot shops are preparing for a crackdown on federal drug agents despite the legalization of recreational marijuana.
Cannabis Industry Frets, Then Shrugs Off Sessions' New PolicyFor long-term pot purveyors accustomed to changing regulatory winds, the decision was just another bump in a long and winding road to proving their business legitimacy.
Ad To Stop Drugged Driving Pulled After Critics Say It Promoted Marijuana UseA state campaign to stop drugged driving was pulled off the air after critics complained it crossed the line.
California Pot Advocates Say Tax Rates Too High As Legal Sales BeginIn addition to taxes, marijuana regulations drive up the cost.
City To Focus On Cannabis Distribution And Cultivation After First Day Of RetailCity officials say they will begin to shift focus from the licensing of dispensaries to the licensing of distributors, cultivators and manufacturers to avoid a marijuana dry spell in Sacramento.
How Will California Enforce New Pot Rules?With the sale of legal commercial cannabis off to a strong start, many are wondering how the state will enforce new rules to combat the illegal market. We're getting answers.