Last Saturday we partnered with PopCultivate to produce our first-ever cannabis infused brunch at NuggHQ in sunny Marina Del Rey.
Disclaimer: This list of county regulations and recent legislation is provided for informational purposes only. It’s not intended as a substitute for advice from a qualified attorney. The regulations in California’s municipalities are literally changing on a daily basis, so this publication takes no responsibility for outdated information. All information should be verified. Read More
If you haven’t visited downtown LA lately, it’s time you should as gentrification is in full swing. The once gritty area is now filled with chic shops, bars, clubs and restaurants that seemingly pop up every day.
Many local Angelenos, foodies and hipsters have already discovered the advantages of downtown’s emerging
One of the best things about being a medical cannabis patient in California is the community. With such a rich cannabis culture, there is always an amazing line up of 420-friendly events happening all year long.
Most of these October cannabis events and activities require a medical recommendation. So plan ahead and
This list of city regulations is provided for informational purposes only. It’s not intended as a substitute for advice from a qualified attorney. The regulations in California’s municipalities are literally changing on a daily basis, so this publication takes no responsibility for outdated information. Those planning on opening commercial businesses, medical collectives or conducting personal cultivation
“Oh judge! Your damn laws! The good people don’t need them, and the bad people don’t obey them.” –Ammon Hennacy
Since Prop 64 passed, a large portion of Californians have been under the mistaken impression that their state would become a sea of green with free
Did California really legalize cannabis? Or did they just give more ammo to cities and counties that wish to continue their bans?
Those who initially celebrated the Prop 64 victory are now facing a stark reality. The state may allow the establishment of legalized recreational and medical dispensaries; however, few local
Under Proposition 64, Californians over the age of 21 can use marijuana recreationally. Under this same law, however, local jurisdictions have the power to regulate the cannabis industry within their territory as they see fit.
Sometimes these strict regulations border on being ridiculously obstructive, making it harder for cannabis industries