The AIDS Healthcare Foundation says Gilead Sciences has rushed testing of a controversial drug that might allow people to avoid contracting HIV/AIDS by taking a pill before engaging in risky sexual behavior.
Santa Clara’s narcotics squad plans to continue investigating medicinal marijuana dispensaries, putting it at odds with the district attorney’s office.
Compared to Prop. 19, the state attorney general’s race and city taxes on pot will have a much more lasting impact on marijuana policy in California.
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.