Over this past weekend, California's leading medical body voted unanimously to end a certain kind of discrimination against medical marijuana users that has been quietly preying on the most vulnerable amongst our community.
The city of Rancho Mirage (near Palm Springs) in southern California is offering residents a deal anyone would be difficult to pass up by anyone -- a $25 monthly travel subsidy in order to pick up your pot from the dispensary.
In this brand-new edition of Weed People, we speak to Oakland, CA's Salwa Ibrahim, who has been through the highs and lows of her city's struggle to accept medical marijuana.
The top cop in California confesses that marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington is being looked at as an example for possible reform in the golden state.
It's been a week since the midterm elections brought sweeping marijuana legalization changes to Alaska, the District of Columbia and Oregon. But how does it compare to other states, like Maine, Michigan and California? We've got your detailed state-by-state guide....