Changes cut 10% tax on gross receipts to 5%
Proposed changes would cut taxes on retail cannabis businesses in half
Lawyers say county still hasn’t found the right balance to protect small growers
Watsonville processes first round of cannabis license applications following rule changes
Customers throughout California are clamoring for these cookies and savory crackers
Growers flocked to the market, and now there’s a glut of hemp
Bill would remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act
Science around cannabis is still in its infancy
City Council set aside some cannabis licenses for equity program applicants
Influencers dangerously pushing ‘magical plant’ as remedy
The “munchies” are very real, but why?
Créme De Canna reinvents itself to survive whirlwind market
New county regulations allow cannabis delivery but not pickup, and that's regressive, pot proponents say
With legalization, how do we go back to determining what’s a medical use?
The local cannabis business is booming right now, but will the good times last?
Cannabis dispensaries are considered ‘essential’ in California but can’t get federal stimulus money
Cannabis is among the products people are stockpiling
How every Santa Cruz dispensary is operating in the wake of the shelter-in-place mandate
Small fraction of those who signed up with the county are getting a spot in line
Deputies are cracking down on the black market to make legalization work
Power of Flower takes over the fairgrounds on Saturday, Aug. 10
There’s nothing green about vapes and pot packaging
New farm tour goes behind the scenes of local marijuana production
The would-be wonder drug is stalled by legal uncertainty about cannabis
Anxiety, edibles and emergency room detox
County sues state regulators as dispensaries protest online competition
From CBD coffee to cosmetics, not all cannabidiol products are created equal
Compassionate care collective partners for expanded grow space.
Meet the chef behind local cannabis food company Cosmo D’s Outrageous Edibles.
County bets on the middle ground as growers and neighbors prepare for weed regulations