A seven-year-old ban on marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated parts of Los Angeles County was extended Tuesday in a unanimous vote by the Board of Supervisors.
Even the more conservative voices on Riverside County’s Board of Supervisors appear open to relaxing local marijuana rules in the wake of Proposition 64.
Wednesday's vote was 3 to 2.
If approved, the enforcement plan could mean massive pot shop raids across unincorporated parts of L.A. County.
Riverside County Supervisor Kevin Jeffries was surprised last month when he learned that his board had ‘endorsed’ Senate Bill 1, which would raise gasoline taxes to pay for transportation infrastructure improvements. Jeffries had never voted to endorse such a tax. To his recollection, the board hadn’t either.
California Attorney General Rob Bonta released a legal memo Friday advising all local jurisdictions to abandon the “g
In the wake of numerous mass shootings around the country, including last month’s massacre at a Texas elementary school, San Diego County lawmakers have approved three new measures to regulate fire