State Sen. Jim Beall and Assembly hopeful Madison Nguyen won big in their primary races, while San Jose saw two ballot measure victories.
It seems counterintuitive, but if you care about safe access to medical marijuana in San Jose, vote “no” on Measure C.
The author of Measure C, a ballot initiative that would replace San Jose’s medical marijuana laws, announced today that he opposes his own campaign.
Chuck Reed spent half his tenure as mayor of San Jose battling pot clubs. Now he’s joining forces with collectives for 4/20.
A proposal to bring a two-story nightclub to downtown San Jose comes back for consideration at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
Something fishy is going on in the D4 Council office. Since Manh Nguyen took over the seat, he’s taken an unusual approach to filling out his staff.
A year in review is rarely pretty, and 2015 was no exception. Here’s a brief list of the some of the biggest stories that made it a year to remember, and soon leave behind.
After months of debate, San Jose leaders will decide whether to approve a temporary ban mobile home park conversions.
Manh Nguyen finished Election Day with a solid 13.6-point lead over his opponent.
In a strategic advance earlier this year, Yellow Checker Cab owner Larry Silva made a calculated decision to hire many of the city’s most well-known lobbyists/consultants before Uber or Lyft made a move.