The Department of Finance has completed a performance audit of the state’s Bureau of Cannabis Control and its findings show the BCC’s program is still very much a work in progress.
|Riverside||Desert Hot Springs||On November 4, 2014 the voters of Desert Hot Springs enacted Measure HH, establishing a tax of $25/square foot for marijuana gardens under 3000 sq. ft., and $10/square foot for larger gardens.... Read more|
California's cannabis growers and retailers have another five years to continue operating under provisional permits.
Psychedelic mushrooms are the next frontier in drug decriminalization and this time the movement is being led by cities.