A judge ruled that the city of San Jose should be on the hook for union attorney fees in the ongoing battle over Measure B pension reforms, according to a NBC report. But the legal battle isn't over yet.Read More 28
Pierluigi Oliverio was the first person in San Jose to see the green tidal wave coming.
Last October, the number of local pot clubs could be counted on one hand. Now, medical marijuana collectives have sprung up in every part of the city—some more legit than others. One web directory currently lists almost 70 San Jose–based medical marijuana dispensaries.
With the San Jose City council finally taking a serious look at regulating medical marijuana this week, the District 6 councilmember could not be blamed for saying, “I told you so.”
“I hate to keep going back, but if we would have done this a little earlier, everything would have been fine,” Oliverio says.Read More 7