Tag: medical marijuana
Individual patients who make under $32,000 or families that earn less than $46,000 will qualify for complimentary cannabis.
State expresses concern about environmental impacts of diverting water to thirsty pot plants.
Guidelines impact all casinos from Northern California to riverboat casinos in Mississippi to Las Vegas.
What President Obama’s statements on marijuana might mean for full legalization in California.
With 80 pot outlets spread across the city, officials say it’s time to end ‘laissez-faire’ policy.
by Frances Dinkelspiel, Berkeleyside The state Board of Equalization and Berkeley Patients Group (BPG) have worked out a compromise that reduces the dispensary’s delinquent tax bill from $7.5 million to $49,500. Despite selling millions of dollars in medical cannabis each year and paying its top executives close to $1 million in salaries, BPG told the […]
Michael Montgomery is a reporter for KQED and the Center For Investigative Reporting. One of his areas of expertise: medical marijuana. As he said, “It’s probably fair to say that over the last few years, I’ve become a pot reporter.” So are there any occupational hazards to this particular journalistic niche? Apparently, yes. Take a […]
NEW YORK (AP) — Cupcake makers, pawnbrokers and storage container raiders have all had their moments in reality television’s spotlight. Now the time may be right for marijuana growers — and the people who chase them. The Discovery network debuts a six-episode series, “Weed Country,” at 10 p.m. Wednesday and will replace it with “Pot […]
A U.S. magistrate has rejected the city of Oakland’s attempt to throw a legal roadblock into the forced closure of the Harborside marijuana dispensary. The U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of California is threatening Harborside’s landlord with forfeiture of the property, and Oakland had filed suit to block it. U.S. Magistrate Maria-Elena James threw […]