Mayor Jesse Arreguín and State Senator Nancy Skinner were among the dignitaries who ushered in a new era at Berkeley Patients Group.
No one is quite sure what to expect on Jan. 1. Will there be a rush of customers coming to dispensaries to buy cannabis? Or not?
When Rush could not pay back $600K he borrowed from a cannabis businessman, he promised not to unionize the man's dispensaries in exchange for slashing the loan by $250K.
Debby Goldsberry, who co-founded one of Berkeley's first medical cannabis dispensaries, has written a book on how to start and run a marijuana business.
The Berkeley City Council has finally set criteria for the medical cannabis grow houses voters approved in 2010.
Armed robbers hit a medical cannabis dispensary on Sunday night drawing a significant police response to South Berkeley.
Dan Rush served on the Medical Cannabis Commission for many years, but now admits he was using his position as a union organizer to enrich himself.
Even though The Apothecarium has an agreement, the property owner is refusing to let the company gain entry to the space.
Cannabis nurseries can provide an alternative to industrial crop production.
Berkeley City Council last night approved the city’s fifth and sixth cannabis dispensaries, four months after approving the fourth. A long night of public comment and testimony was followed by a relatively brief discussion by councilmembers before selecting Berkeley Compassionate Care Collective (BC3), 2465 Telegraph Ave. (led by the owners of Amoeba Music), and The Apothecarium, 2578 Shattuck Ave. (from an established San Francisco dispensary).
As California edges closer toward cannabis legalization for adult recreational use in November, a marijuana-focused business accelerator program has announced a new Berkeley-based boot camp for entrepreneurs.
Outside the Cannabis Buyers Club of Berkeley at Shattuck Avenue and Essex Street, the scene is busy.
After Berkeley residents voted in 2010 to increase the number of medical cannabis dispensaries in town from three to four, it took the City Council six years to approve the first new one.