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Can an Inclusive Cannabis Industry Include Roger Stone?

When he's not testifying in the Russia investigation, Stone is roiling the cannabis industry with his troublesome support.

City Council Considers Cutting Off LA’s Cannabis Supply Chain

Is California's biggest city about to give the cannabis industry the boot? In its draft regs, retail would be allowed but not growing or processing.

Lab Test Finds 77% of California Clones Contaminated With Pesticides

The Steep Hill Labs project lends credence to growers who say they're not using banned pesticides--yet still find residue in their plants.

The Dianne Feinstein Mystery: Why Is She California’s Last Prohibitionist?

She announced her re-election bid this morning. But will her drug warrior ways hurt her chances for another term?

California Unveils Temporary Licenses to Allow Early 2018 Retail Sales

With the launch of the adult-use market just 101 days away, regulators will issue temporary licenses aimed at ensuring a smooth start.

The Wonderfully Weird ‘Hicksville Pines’ Is Your New Must-Visit Bud and Breakfast

Guests can choose from 10 uniquely themed suites housed in picturesque, 420-friendly A-frame cabins, surrounded by mountains, trees, and sometimes snow.

California Lawmakers Pass Bill to Restrict Edibles

The bill sent to Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday is an attempt to prevent cannabis-infused sweets from appealing to children.

California County Calls for State Aid to Combat Cannabis Farms

A California state senator has asked Gov. Jerry Brown to help a rural county deal with a dramatic proliferation of illegal marijuana farms by declaring a state of emergency.

San Diego Considers Plan to Expand Industry Licensing

With adult-use cannabis sales set to become legal on Jan. 1, cities across California continue to hash out local rules and regulations for industry.

California County Supervisors Declare Cannabis Cultivation Emergency

The Siskiyou County sheriff is proposing that the county declare a local emergency and seek state and federal help to crack down on illegal cannabis growers.

California Won’t Ban Cannabis Ads, for Now

California lawmakers have backed away from a plan to impose significant restrictions on cannabis advertising, agreeing to kill a bill that would have banned ads on clothing and other merchandise.

After Service, These Veterans Are Finding New Careers—in Cannabis

In a warehouse outside Downtown Los Angeles, a group of military veterans are cultivating a new set of skills and transforming their careers.

Cannabis Growers Accused of Offering California Sheriff $1M Bribe

Two Northern California marijuana farmers have been charged with offering a sheriff $1 million to turn a blind eye to their cannabis growing operations.

San Diego Sets Sights on Illegal Delivery Services

After a year and a half of going after unlicensed cannabis dispensaries, San Diego authorities are stepping up enforcement against illegal delivery services.

Smoke and Mirrors: How Far Will LA Cannabis Brands Go to Out-Market Each Other?

LA cannabis brands are hosting ever-swankier events—like this one featuring multi-thousand-dollar bongs, private helicopters, and Cartier as a sponsor.

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