The passage of Proposition 64 may seem like the end of prohibition, but it doesn’t mean anything goes.
In the wake of statewide legalization, San Jose cannabis users and patients will soon be able to have pot delivered to their door.
Recreational marijuana is now legal in California, but it will take some time to fully implement.
Mayor Sam Liccardo says the protest against the 1,200-mile Dakota Access pipeline highlights widespread concerns about climate change.
April 20, or 420, has become a holiday in cannabis culture. The men who claim to have coined the term found the missing link to their story in San Jose.
San Jose’s top marijuana official has been accused of threatening collectives at a meeting earlier this month. The city disputes the claim.
One of San Jose’s longest-running cannabis clubs has been forced to close, but will convert the facility into a campaign headquarters for statewide legalization.
After three hours of public testimony and discussion, city leaders tabled a vote on how to better regulate cannabis clubs.
Two years after the marijuana industry overturned local regulations on collectives, city officials aim to give it another shot.
A group of dispensary owners filed an initiative to bring a full set of marijuana regulations to San Jose voters this fall. The “Medical Marijuana Regulation for San Jose Act of 2014” aims to set a minimum of 50 pot clubs. It also asks the city to form a cannabis commission similar to the advisory boards it has for libraries and parks, land use and transportation, among other interests.