Thousands of weed-related convictions may be automatically overturned throughout California next year thanks to AB 1793.
A San Jose collective this week became one of the first in the state to obtain a license to sell recreational pot.
San Jose’s 16 licensed pot shops can sell non-medicinal cannabis to anyone over the age of 21 starting Jan. 1.
San Jose will consider allowing multiple cultivation sites for cannabis collectives as well as sanctioned delivery services for licensed operators.
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.
San Jose’s Rules Committee will consider a proposal by Councilman Ash Kalra to revise its medical marijuana ordinance.
San Jose may assign Mayor Sam Liccardo to pen argument and rebuttal against an initiative that aims to replace the city’s medical marijuana ordinance.
A local activist says he’ll divvy up 10,000 pounds of free weed to people who support legalization in California.