SJSU will host an educational forum on cannabis record clearance on Nov. 28 in the Student Union Theater.
Bay Area voters last week ushered in more than a dozen local weed ordinances, all but one concerning taxes.
In his 16 years as governor, Jerry Brown has signed nearly 20,000 bills, including 1,016 this year and the final one on Sunday.
Thousands of weed-related convictions may be automatically overturned throughout California next year thanks to AB 1793.
While San Jose rakes in $10 million-plus a year in tax revenue from cannabis, Santa Clara County is leaning toward prohibition.
Families who lost loved ones to drugged driving worry that the state’s inability to consistently enforce DUI laws will put other lives at risk.
Instead of trekking up to Hippie Hill in San Francisco, Silicon Valley locals celebrated the stoner holiday at San Jose pot clubs.
While many neighboring suburbs still cling to cannabis prohibitions, San Jose has become the de facto weed capital of Silicon Valley.
Some hoped Santa Clara County would take a cue from San Francisco and other cities that erased pot convictions in the wake of Prop. 64.
The local pot industry has seen enormous growth since San Jose adopted its regulatory framework for cannabis in 2016.