Palo Alto city attorney Molly Stump discusses city’s current marijuana laws, the changes that would result if voters pass Measure C, and how existing federal and state laws come into play.
Palo Alto’s vice mayor clashed today with a lead proponent of the measure to legalize medical marijuana dispensaries in the city, arguing over the initiative’s merits and motives.
On Election Day, voters approved a number of local marijuana taxes, which may bring simmering tensions between California and federal drug laws to a boil.
Northern California Natural Collective operator Clinton Cronin makes the transition from a delivery service to a storefront in San Jose—but not without some legal tangles along the way.
On Oct. 14, protesters gathered at San Jose’s Terraine Courthouse to protest the arrests of 22 medicinal marijuana delivery people in a Sept. 30 police sting.
San Jose voters passed Measure U, a bill that will allow the city to tax marijuana businesses up to 10 percent.
Marijuana delivery services have spread throughout the Silicon Valley in the past year, but police doubt some of the services’ legitimacy.