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.
Industry stakeholders discussed statewide regulations during a panel discussion hosted by the Silicon Valley Cannabis Alliance.
While San Jose rakes in $10 million-plus a year in tax revenue from cannabis, Santa Clara County is leaning toward prohibition.
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.
One of the South Bay’s most buttoned-up law firms has started working with clients from the budding cannabis industry.
San Jose’s 16 licensed pot shops can sell non-medicinal cannabis to anyone over the age of 21 starting Jan. 1.