S.F.’s Code for America started rolling out software that will make automated expungement available in every California county. The non-profit has already cleared thousands of records in small counties such as Yolo as well as L.A. and S.F. counties and is poised to do more in Chicago.
New York Times/Filter
What goes through the mind of the gangster growing weed in the mountains as news breaks of cops seizing more than 63,000 plants in Sonoma County? Does it feel like the tightening of a noose? Or has the Summer of Eradication — which seems as oblivious to traditional Labor Day cutoffs as the heat itself — functioned simply as a super-challenging new variable in the traditional market’s ongoing game of Survive and Advance?
What’s going through their minds? Tensest. Harvest. Ever.
San Jose Mercury News
Interested in advertising in the WeedWeek newsletter, website, or podcast? Reach out to our advertising team so we can help you spark up a campaign.
Since 2015, WeedWeek has been the best way to keep up with the Green Rush. WeedWeek's audience includes many of the most influential figures in cannabis because we are editorially independent: Advertisers have no influence on our editorial content.
We publish three free newsletters: 1) WeedWeek by founder Alex Halperin, 2) WeedWeek California by Donnell Alexander and 3)WeedWeek Canada by Jesse Staniforth, as well as theWeedWeek Podcast and original reporting. The original WeedWeek newsletter has 11,000 subscribers.
Tips, comments and complaints about WW California to Donnell firstname.lastname@example.org.
WeedWeek's third Recharge event will be held Friday, September 20 at a gorgeous location in West Hollywood, CA. Our salon-style events bring together industry insiders, investors and journalists for invigorating conversations in a cool, relaxed setting.
To request an invitation send your name, contact info, company and title to Ellen Bollinger email@example.com.
For sponsorship opportunities contact John Bollinger firstname.lastname@example.org.
California Senate Majority Leader Bob Hertzberg's (D-Van Nuys) Bill 51 earned Assembly approval last Friday, and that means charter banks and credit unions that serve California cannabusiness are on the cusp of becoming a reality.
VP Growth and Marketing, Confident Cannabis Confident Cannabis is creating transparency in the cannabis industry.
Co-founder, HelloMD HelloMD: The largest online community of health and wellness cannabis consumers. HelloMD on Instagram and Facebook
CEO, Critical Mind Inc., Adelanto CA Affiliations: CA State Bar; Board member, Adelanto Growers Association Critical Mind, Inc. is a Medical Cannabis Cultivation and Manufacturing Facility located in Adelanto, CA. Providing the highest quality Cannabis products. Compliance without Compromise! criticalmindinc.com
Click here to promote your brand on WeedWeek for only $100/month.
Over the next two months, more than 1,600 eligible applicants will compete for 100 new retail permits from the City of Los Angeles. This might sound like grounds for a reality show, but the competition is serious as can be.
Intially, Fresno’s City Council had planned to have a year gap between its MED plan going into effect and the arrival of REC. But slow progress on that weed ordinance means that next year could see MED and REC approved.
In Oakland, a half dozen homeless men tend 35 plants in rows of makeshift planter boxes. The gardeners live on the recently-emptied lot, in an R.V. and a pair of old Muni busses.
The City of Oakland says the arrangement is illegal, but for now they’re going to let it slide. This story “highlights the complexities of managing two surging trends in Oakland and other Bay Area cities: homelessness and cannabis regulation.”
Mexico’s Senate filed its REC legalization bill on Tuesday, a month ahead of a Supreme Court-imposed deadline to end prohibition.
Two months after Berkeley's Public Safety City Council voted to consider legalizing naturally occuring hallucinogens, the governing body will vote whether to advance to the council's recommendation.
It's never a bad thing to think that underground clubs are hanging weed culture. Never.
If you were ageless and omnipotent and hip enough and you could go to all of the bud-fueled parties in all of the decades from the Jazz Age on you would see weed bringing diversity to American life and acting as a platform for new ideas.
Still, it's never a bad idea to support the energy and production of underground parties.
Since 2015, WeedWeek has been the best way to keep up with the Green Rush. Subscribe to our free newsletters today!