Hayley Fox
Hayley Fox is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles. She writes about LA news, music, and culture for Leafly, LA Weekly, Vice, and other publications.
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The Future of California Cannabis Depends on Rain

California will assuredly face droughts in the future. Can new water rules keep the state's multibillion-dollar cannabis industry from drying up?

Residents Demand Diversity in Cannabis Industry at LA Town Hall

About 150 people in Los Angeles for what Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer called the “first of several” conversations about the launch of adult-use cannabis.

5 Ways to Improve California MMJ

As deadline looms, California MMJ advocates push for regulatory improvements

5 Things Los Angeles Learned From Early Adult-Use States

Ban gummy bears, legalize delivery and social use, focus on diversity.

5 Things to Know Before Using Medical Cannabis for Your Pets

A growing number of veterinarians believe cannabis can effectively treating an array of ailments—but laws make it nearly impossible to discuss.

How Rachael Leigh Cook’s Famous Frying Pan Ad Got Rebooted

Recipe for a viral video: eggs, a frying pan, and a new lesson about racist drug policies.

California Cannabis Farmers Insist on Driving Their Own Trucks; Here’s Why

Craft cannabis companies say distribution control is critical to their success. The Teamsters disagree.

California Leaders Want to Block a Fed Move Against Cannabis

The state of California continues to draw lines in the sand in its continuing battle against the federal government.

Delivery, Diversity Top Concerns at LA City Council Hearing

Patients demand a legal delivery option, and entrepreneurs want access for communities of color.

These Are the 10 Best and Worst States for Medical Cannabis

Best is...Illinois?! Really? And you'll never guess the worst state. (It isn't Mississippi.)

LA Approves Prop M; Here’s What Will Change

The city will offer dispensary licenses, and close unlicensed stores using fines and utility shutoffs--not police raids.