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Franchises

Natural Disasters Are On The Rise. That's a Big Business Opportunity.

The increase of hurricanes, floods and fires worldwide has created increased demand and opportunity for brands and franchises in the restoration space.

This Week in Weed: Whole Foods Will Sell Weed! (One Day...)

Whole Foods wants in, an on-demand weed company expands, and Leafly gets a new CEO. It's the Week in Weed.

California's National Guard Targets Outlaw Pot Growers - Legal Growers Just Hope They Don't Miss

The trauma of roughshod airborne enforcement by the Campaign Against Marijuana Planting remains raw in the Emerald Triangle.

This Week in Weed: California May Experience a Drought!

Love isn't all that in the air, the feddy gov isn't with it, and California may be in for another drought. It's the week in weed.

This Week in Weed: High End Hemp!

Barney's is Bud and Bougie, California claps back, and an industry Giant "stubs its pinky toe"

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These Social Justice Weed Warriors Are Making a Difference

From fighting hunger to hiring employees with cannabis-related convictions, these entrepreneurs are using cannabis to promote social good.

Challenges and Controversy Swirl Around Marijuana Social Equity Programs in California

Well-intentioned programs to help communities hard hit by decades of zealous policing are underfunded and, so far, ineffective.

Flower, Vape or Edible? Survey Offers a Glimpse of What California Cannabis Users Prefer

The demographics of California cannabis users are not what many would expect.
Self-Driving Cars

Waymo Gets First Permit to Test Fully Driverless Cars in California

The permit allows Waymo to test its driverless vehicles during the day and night, on roads with speed limits up to 65 miles per hour, even in foggy and drizzly conditions. Waymo plans to start in its hometown of Mountain View and surrounding cities before expanding the testing zone.

Are California's 'Pot Deserts' About to Get Greener?

California regulators want to allow delivery to every jurisdiction in the state, regardless of local ruling.

This Week in Weed: LAX Allowing Carry-On Cannabis :)

Los Angeles International lets you pack your stash, PepsiCo passes on cannabis, and a cheerleader bribes classmates with edibles.
Net Neutrality

The Trump Administration Is Fighting California's Tough Net Neutrality Law

California, home to Silicon Valley, has enacted the nation's toughest net neutrality protections and will have to defend them in court.

Many Licensed California Marijuana Growers Face Regulatory Roadblocks Getting Their Harvest to Market

Licensed growers in remote Trinity County have large unsold inventories they cannot legally transport to market.

Post Apocolypse Aftermath: How Is California Adapting to New Cannabis Regulations?

They called it the 'Weed Apocolypse.' The day when the Golden State cannabis market would implode. Were they right?

Beware the 'Weed Apocalypse'

California pot entrepreneurs brace for the dreaded day, while consumers quite like it.