Clint Olivier, Fresno City Council president, explains Thursday, July 20, a 3-3 vote on the cultivation of marijuana, one aspect of the Fresno's broad ban of recreational pot. Earlier in the day, Olivier tweeted: "Council kills marijuana ban."
Fresno City Council President Clint Olivier asked the council to allow pot dispensaries within city limits during what was supposed to be a vote to ban cultivation in the city. His motion left some people confused.
A close-up look at Forbidden Farms' marijuana growing operation in Shelton and the processing facility on the Tacoma Tideflats in Washington. Owned by the Balduff brothers Garrett and Taylor, the premium producer even supplies cannabis connoisseur Willie
The November 2016 election brought about new rules on the use of recreational and medicinal marijuana in several states, with more than half (including California) now allowing for the later. Federal government leaders including President Trump have voiced their opinion on the changing state of mind around marijuana. Is this the beginning of the end of marijuana prohibition?
CannaCanHelp, a medical marijuana business in Goshen, California is seeking to expand into recreational marijuana. Wes Hardin, CannaCanHelp operations manager, talks about providing those who qualify with quality cannabis products.
After California's passage of the Proposition 64 recreational marijuana initiative, authorities are on guard for impaired drivers for alcohol, pot, prescription drugs or all of the above. A Highway Patrol training supervisor explains the challenges.
California was the first state to allow medical marijuana. Now, two decades later, voters are expected to be asked whether to legalize recreational use of the drug. The legalization measure most likely to qualify for the statewide November ballot is the product of months of negotiations between groups with varying interests, from drug-law reformers, to growers and distributors, to famous financiers and politicians. Here’s a primer.
A tuxedoed man representing American Bridge, a Democratic super PAC, tries to give Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Tulare, a "Corrupties" trophy as the congressman approaches his Washington, D.C. office on Wednesday, Jan. 17.