The L.A. City Council voted Tuesday to ban medical marijuana dispensaries.
The mayor of Cudahy and one of the city’s top officials have struck a plea bargain Thursday with federal officials after being arrested on federal bribery charges.
A California appeals court has struck down Los Angeles County’s ban on medical marijuana dispensaries.
Officers were called to a Murrieta home Saturday when a 3-year-old boy was hospitalized after ingesting an undisclosed amount of a relative’s medical marijuana, a police spokesman said.
Terminally and seriously ill medical marijuana patients will gather on the steps of City Hall Thursday to protest ahead of a City Council meeting that could shut down pot dispensaries.
Medical marijuana dispensary workers announced plans Thursday to unionize.
The Long Beach City Council voted Tuesday to allow the sale of medical marijuana to continue at non-profit collectives.
Three people were arrested as police closed down the last remaining medical marijuana storefront in Chatsworth Monday afternoon.
A Los Angeles man was busted Monday for smoking marijuana on a Jet Blue flight headed for Newark, New Jersey.
Owners and operators of marijuana dispensaries in Riverside County’s unincorporated communities could find themselves in the cross-hairs of county attorneys, facing lawsuits if they don’t shut down immediately, it was announced Tuesday.
City councilman Jose Huizar is expected to propose repealing the city’s medical marijuana ordinance Wednesday and completely ban all pot dispensaries.
Two 71-year-old women and an 82-year-old man who accidentally ate brownies laced with marijuana had to be treated at a hospital Friday.
Protesters across California say they’ll fight the feds new crackdown on the medical marijuana industry.
Federal prosecutors have launched a crackdown on pot dispensaries in California, warning the stores that they must shut down in 45 days or face criminal charges and confiscation of their property even if they are operating legally under the state’s 15-year-old medical marijuana law.
A study that claimed violent crime decreased in neighborhoods where marijuana dispensaries were not shut down is getting a hazy reception from the Los Angeles Police Department.