Pot sector grows in Bay Area
Rashad Johnson left a stable job in a state senator's office late last year to work in government affairs at a cannabis startup.
His job is to track regulatory changes week to week and speak with city and state rule makers on what his company Eaze does.
Johnson compares working in cannabis to flying a plane that's still being built. "You gotta have faith in the mission," the 32-year-old Oakland resident said.
Cannabis job openings for people like Johnson, white-collar workers ...