A pending state bill would allow the pot industry in California to finally evolve from an all-cash enterprise.
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The program would make San Jose eligible for state funds to incorporate minority and lower-income dispensary workers into the local industry.
Since the city has chosen not to waive its cannabis tax for medical patients, there is no advantage to renewing one’s Rx card.
A $10 million stashbox is set aside for the program as part of the California Cannabis Equity Act, which Gov. Jerry Brown signed last year.
The NFL Hall of Famer and San Francisco 49ers legend sunk a fortune into the rapidly expanding Silicon Valley-based Caliva.
Bay Area voters last week ushered in more than a dozen local weed ordinances, all but one concerning taxes.
In his 16 years as governor, Jerry Brown has signed nearly 20,000 bills, including 1,016 this year and the final one on Sunday.
Thousands of weed-related convictions may be automatically overturned throughout California next year thanks to AB 1793.
Instead of trekking up to Hippie Hill in San Francisco, Silicon Valley locals celebrated the stoner holiday at San Jose pot clubs.
While many neighboring suburbs still cling to cannabis prohibitions, San Jose has become the de facto weed capital of Silicon Valley.
The local pot industry has seen enormous growth since San Jose adopted its regulatory framework for cannabis in 2016.
One of the South Bay’s most buttoned-up law firms has started working with clients from the budding cannabis industry.
A Bay Area lawmaker has introduced a bill that would waive a 10 percent penalty on cash payments for recreational pot sales.
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.
In the wake of statewide legalization, San Jose cannabis users and patients will soon be able to have pot delivered to their door.