Until three weeks ago, the owners of Old Kai, a Ukiah cannabis company, thought they had an open path to operating legally in California’s new marijuana marketplace. They thought wrong, and the pot industry is closely watching their case.
“Californians hard hit by these disasters should not be hung up by insurance company red tape as they try to rebuild their lives,” state Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones said at a news conference in Sacramento last week. But they do.
When the 49ers made the deal, it seemed like an interesting move that might pan out. Now, with the benefit of perspective, we realize what it was. A freakin’ miracle.
Former SSU business dean William Silver is now CEO of cannabis manufacturing firm CannaCraft. It could mark a turning point as the cannabis industry seeks recognition as a mainstream business.
Kate Eilertsen lives by a Go-Big-Or-Go-Home playbook, an over-achiever habituated to bold strokes: magna cum laude, a first job at NYC’s Met, Director of Visual Arts at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. Now she’s chief curator at the Charles M. Schulz Museum.
Tom Petty’s wife and daughter released the results of his autopsy via a statement on his Facebook page.