Coming Soon to L.A.: A Farmers Market for Pot
Californians love their farmers markets, and the concept of farm-to-table is all the rage. Now, a cannabis collective in Los Angeles hopes to capitalize on the enthusiasm with the city's first-ever farmers market for medical marijuana. It'll work like any other farmers market -- but all customers must be California medical marijuana patients with valid identification.
Gov. Brown's Fireworks Tax Proposal Fizzles Out
It's nearly July 4th, and across California people are stocking up on fireworks. Those fireworks could have become more expensive under a tax increase Gov. Jerry Brown pushed as part of his budget plan. But despite the fact Brown got nearly everything on his wish list during this year's budget negotiations, his fireworks tax proposal fizzled out. The proposed 10-cent-per-pound tax on legal, "safe and sane" fireworks was aimed at funding the disposal of more dangerous, illegal fireworks.
Searching for a Nursing Home Where Korean Can Be Heard
Finding a nursing home for a loved one can be a daunting task, especially if she doesn't speak English. Teri Lim and her family immigrated to Los Angeles from Korea. Then, about two years ago, her mother had a stroke. Lim explains what happened next, as part of our ongoing community health series Vital Signs.