Dear Goddess Family, We need your help! Please support Regulation 5416, a proposed state regulation that would protect cannabis delivery in every city and county regardless of local prohibitions. This regulation would ensure that California cannabis consumers everywhere have safe access – particularly those who rely on delivery for their quality of life. Licensed cannabis […]Read More Protect Cannabis Delivery! Help Us by Signing the Petition
Many people talk about the stigma surrounding cannabis. There’s still plenty of stereotypes and ignorance being played out, and we’re collectively working to stamp them out. Thankfully, things are on the up-and-up, but one topic that’s still heavily-stigmatized? Moms who use cannabis, whether it’s in the form of medication to replace pills, as a tool to de-stress, or even simply recreationally.Read More Ending the Stigma: Mom’s Who Smoke Weed
With the new California Cannabis Excise Tax adding a whopping ~12.5% percent to most transactions, people are trying to figure out if there’s some kind of loophole to saving a little dough. Enter MMIC – the silver lining and potential solution to (some of) your tax woes. A Medical Marijuana Identification Card (MMIC), issued by your local County Department of Public Health, exempts individuals from retail sales tax on cannabis.Read More Cannabis Taxes Got You Down? MMIC Is Here to Help
Today is a special day – one where we celebrate half of our world’s population and their progression towards equal rights. Women have come a very long way, and we couldn’t have done it without brave, outspoken, strong, inspiring women all over the world (and the men who have supported them!) The cannabis industry started […]Read More Happy International Women’s Day!
The Goddess has gotten many questions about whether or not you’ll still need your doctor’s recommendation to order from us. The short answer: yes! The long answer: The process for licensing adult-use cannabis is taking a few months, so Goddess Delivers will remain a medical marijuana collective while it is sorted out. This means we still require a medical […]Read More Yes, You Still Need Your Doctor’s Rec!
It’s a very exciting time for cannabis: starting in 2018, cannabis will be recreationally available for adults in California. With these changes on the horizon, it’s a good time to educate and prepare yourself for what is to come.Read More Prop 64: What You Need to Know for 2018
Posted by: Michelle Pancake This past Sunday John Oliver ripped apart the dated issue of marijuana remaining illegal at a federal level. Oliver used the classic satyrical humor of his HBO late night show ‘Last Week Tonight’ to truly defend reason, highlighting just how widely marijuana is accepted by the US population yet remains criminalized under federal […]Read More John Oliver Rips Apart Federal Marijuana Laws
(Getty Images) You may be wondering, if Marijuana is legal, why do I still have to vote for regulations? Though prop 64 made cannabis legal, it still requires local governments to create legislation dealing with local taxation, regulations, and enforcement before any recreational shops can open. Check out this article published today by LA Daily News, as it details […]Read More ARTICLE: Vote yes on Measure M to help L.A. make marijuana laws
While recreational marijuana was made legal with Prop 64 last November, it didn’t detail who can grow, sell, and run pot businesses in Los Angeles. Measure M does this by providing thoughtful and fair taxation, enforcement, and regulations crafted by cannabis business-owners and City Council collaboration. The Los Angeles Times just released an informative endorsement […]Read More Vote YES on Measure M! Cannabis Regulations for LA
Curious about what’s happened since Prop 64 Passed? Many of our patients have been wondering what changes Proposition 64 is bringing about. It passed this last November 2016 allowing legal possession, cultivation, and recreational use of marijuana. Here are some Frequently Asked Questions and Answers regarding the changes from Prop 64. Q: Do I still need […]Read More FAQ’s: Changes Since PROP 64 Legalized Marijuana