For people to be able to order weed online and have it shipped to their door, it has to lose its status as a Schedule 1 drug. This means that the federal government has to decide that weed has a medical purpose and that it is not at high risk of abuse.
The United States Postal Service is controlled by the federal government, which still considers marijuana illegal. This means that even if someone is shipping weed between two addresses in California, they cannot do so.
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At the time of this writing, there were 1440 marijuana dispensaries in California or approximately 40 dispensaries per million people. That number tends to fluctuate based on licensing and business needs. As of January 1, 2021, the state of California has issued licenses to 723 retailers, 320 delivery services, 1024 distributors, 281 microbusinesses, and 150 transporters.
To put this into perspective, Ventura County alone has 11 Dispensaries, 8 in Port Hueneme and 3 in Ojai, and soon to be over 25 throughout the county.
Around Ventura County, Marvin Boos is a local legend. He may not have a viral video set to a catchy pop tune trending around the world, but you’ll still find pics of him popping up on social media for the good work he does around town — and he’s even gotten a thumbs up from a former president.
For Leaf Dispensary, the third time was the charm. After two previous locations for its planned medical marijuana dispensary in Thousand Oaks fell through, a third site was unanimously approved by the City Council Tuesday night.
Ojai authorities arrested a 32-year-old man suspected of committing a burglary at a local cannabis dispensary on Tuesday night. Deputies responded to the incident around 9:53 p.m. Tuesday at Ojai Greens, 410 Bryant Circle.
The West Coast wildfires may finally be slackening a bit thanks to kinder winds, merciful rain, and the heroic efforts of firefighters from Canada to Mexico, but the fight is far from over for cannabis growers whose crops went up in smoke.
The summer of 2020 has brought record-breaking heatwaves and wildfires to California, with more than 3 million acres burned and smoke-filled air covering the majority of the state.
The image has become familiar: presented by floor-to-ceiling shiny windows and a smiling, iPad-holding greeter, dispensaries in California look far more like an Apple Store than the smelly back alleys and strip mall parking lots where we used to buy our weed.
There are 50 marijuana retailer operations that want to set up shop in Oxnard with only eight spots available. As city officials and consultants begin interviewing these businesses later this month, one thing to consider is whether to prioritize Oxnard-based operations.