Hungry for tax revenue, Calaveras County licensed hundreds of commercial cannabis farms in recent years. Now it wants them gone, leaving growers in the lurch.
Incredible photos show the aftermath of the wildfire that tore through a SPARC farm in Northern California.
In 2016 MassRoots was "The Biggest Hit in the Marijuana Business." Then it lost millions and fired CEO Isaac Dietrich. Now it's hard to know who's in charge.
Heidi Grossman-Lepp wanted to protect cannabis growers under the legal shield of religious freedom. Then a shooting drew the attention of the police.
Korova's 1,000-mg bars aren't allowed after Dec. 31, so the Oakland edible maker is turning out 60,000 before the clock strikes midnight.
When the cut flower industry departed, officials in the wine-growing region encouraged cannabis growers to move into its empty greenhouses.
Spurned farmers are demanding a refund of millions of dollars in taxes and fees—a sum that could cripple the county's budget.
You may remember that infamous Santa Ana raid video. Now, 3 years later, dispensaries and the city are thriving. What happened?
(Part three of a three-part Mexico Legalization Series) In Mexico City, 33-year-old businessman Bernardo Pérez Rojas wants to take a plunge into the cannabis economy, but first with measured steps. Pérez Rojas, a stylish man with longish hair wrapped in a ponytail, is the CEO of Grupo Perfumeros de México, a fragrance and flavoring company […]
While Canada and the US move forward on full legalization, why is Mexico lagging?
Mexico's ex-president pushes cannabis legalization as a moral cause that makes business sense—and could quell the narco-violence.
California votes on June 5. So far it's Gavin Newsom vs. five contenders. Will they help or hurt the state's fastest-growing industry?
The former Mexican president, an outspoken advocate for legalization, welcomes the industry to 'Centro Fox' later this month.
Prohibitionists are already resorting to distortion and confusion—and it's only May.