Medical cannabis supporters will rally in front of the San Francisco Federal Building at noon today, joining Sacramento and Los Angeles to protest the feds' nonstop stonewalling of California medical marijuana laws.
Rally organizers are urging protesters to contact California Attorney General Kamal ... More >>
Being poor is not so bad. Not in San Francisco at least, where in addition to free housing, city officials are now also handing out taxpayer-subsidized puppies to panhandlers. The disabled, terminally ill, or downright dirt-poor also "enjoy" an advantage over the healthy or the merely struggling to ... More >>
Photo by Greg DewarPedaling for potA funny thing happened to Board of Supervisors President David Chiu last night, while making his evening round of speeches.Somebody asked him for pot."You got the compassion? Who's got weed?" asked an attendee of yesterday's monthly dinner/medical cannabis givea ... More >>
Meanwhile, over at the pot dispensary...Don't smoke that! Get a union man to smoke that!
San Francisco is a famous union town, a reputation won on the docks. But this isn't the 1930s, and "budtenders" at cannabis dispensaries aren't the spitting image of striking longshoremen. Still, organi ... More >>
When is a pot club not a pot club? When you walk in the establishment in question but cannot buy medical cannabis, that could be a clue. When you can't walk in at all, that says something, too.
That's what Shona Gochenaur thinks: The proprietor of Axis of Love, a "medical cannabis community ... More >>
'Big-box' dispensaries? That the city's planning and zoning laws are complex is well-known; that the city's laws permitting medical cannabis dispensaries are even more Byzantine is news even to dispensary owners, -- as SF Weekly reported last week.
Of particular concern to the city's pot clu ... More >>
A Fortress?The San Francisco Police Department has agreed to start maintaining a list of legitimate medical marijuana grows, so as to not have them raided by cops anymore, as our good buddies at The Examiner reported today. This is good news for the cannabis movement, but it's a bit late for the ... More >>
Last night, around 150 members of the interestingly titled "compassionate community" gathered at the Women's Center for Cannabis Town Hall 2010 hosted by the Harvey Milk Cannabis Caucus. (Believe it or not, Harvey Milk's prime issue was working to get pot legalized. ... More >>