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How Will Legal Weed Affect Los Angeles Marijuana Dispensaries?

November 16, 2017
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California is preparing for legal recreational marijuana after residents voted to legalize weed by approving Proposition 64 in the 2016 election. Starting in January of 2018, anyone over 21 can legally buy weed in California.  

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How Much Weed Can I Buy? A State-by-State Guide

November 14, 2017
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With more than half the U.S. operating some form of marijuana program or another, differences between state medical and recreational marijuana programs abound. Have you ever asked yourself, “How much weed can I buy?” Check out this state-by-state guide! 

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Where Does Colorado's Marijuana Tax Revenue Go?

November 14, 2017
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Colorado recently passed the five-year mark. It's been five whole years since voters in the state opted to legalized marijuana use for those of us age 21 and up. Though recreational marijuana dispensaries did not open in Colorado till the beginning of 2014, the ballot measure, titled Amendment 64, had built in a formula for tax revenue deposition. That is, we knew before recreational sales revenues started pouring in where the tax revenue collected from those sales would be distributed in the state and, in at least one circumstance, exactly how much of those revenues would be spent.  

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Florida’s Medical Marijuana Law

November 9, 2017
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Some forms of medical marijuana are now available in Florida after 71 percent of voters approved Amendment 2 on the 2016 ballot. The legislation was signed by the governor of Florida Rick Scott on June 23 of this year. The amendment allows people with serious medical conditions to acquire medical marijuana.  

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Marijuana Laws in Pueblo, Colorado

November 5, 2017
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Pueblo, Colorado used to be known as "Steel City" because it was once an industrial stronghold comprised of a town of steelworkers who were employed by the Colorado Fuel and Iron company, according to The Guardian. Times have certainly changed since then, though, because recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado in 2014, which resulted in an influx of people moving to Pueblo to live affordably and obtain a job in the marijuana industry. However, this turned out to be more of a challenge than people had initially imagined. In this article, we review Pueblo’s marijuana laws and guide you to the best recreational marijuana in the city. 

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Chicago’s Medical Marijuana Scene

November 4, 2017
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Chicago has been known as the windy city for decades, and out-of-towners often associate Chicago with its infamous skyline, deep dish pizza, and popular sports teams. However, in recent years, Chicago has received significant attention for their medical marijuana program. In August of 2013, Illinois' Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Pilot Program Act went into effect, which allowed potential patients to receive access to evaluations by state medical marijuana doctors. In this article, we explain the current medical marijuana scene in Chicago and how it has progressed over the last four years. 

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Marijuana Laws: Colorado Springs vs. Denver

October 30, 2017
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Colorado is not only known for its beautiful scenery, epic skiing and snowboarding hills/mountains, and countless outdoor sports/activities, but as of 2014, they've been known as a huge marijuana hub for Colorado residents and out-of-state visitors alike. Although Colorado voters approved a recreational marijuana law in 2014, cities like Colorado Springs hasn't allowed any retail marijuana businesses within city limits, according to Westword. Colorado's recreational marijuana program has been very successful over the past three years, but this hasn't convinced Colorado Springs business owners and city council members to approve of recreational dispensaries opening within the city. Find out why they’ve been so resistant, and why Colorado residents are fighting to change this for 2018.  

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Michigan Marijuana & How to Get It

October 29, 2017
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Michigan, a notorious Midwestern state whose voters approved of the use of medical marijuana in 2008, is now fighting for the legalization of recreational marijuana. According to Michigan Live, close to 220,000 Michigan patients held a medical marijuana card in 2016, which is a 76 percent increase from 2012. It's safe to say that the demand for marijuana in Michigan is high, and the state is working on fixing its medical marijuana regulations to prepare for the possible legalization of recreational marijuana in the future. 

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Ohio's Medical Marijuana Law: Why You Can't Smoke Weed in Ohio

October 28, 2017
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Although Ohio's Governor, John Kasich, signed the state's medical marijuana program into law on June 8th of 2016, it hasn't been an easy road for medical patients to receive their medicine. So why is this the case? If the program was already signed into law over a year ago, what's the big hold-up? Well, the Ohio Department of Commerce, the Ohio Board of Pharmacy, and the Ohio Medical Board have been sorting out the rules of the medical marijuana law, which has taken much longer than Ohioans expected. Read on to find out what Ohio's medical marijuana program will consist of, and why patients cannot smoke weed as medicine.  

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How Much Recreational Weed Can You Have on You?

October 27, 2017
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Whether you are visiting a state with legal recreational weed or living in one, knowing the legal limits on how much you can carry, how much you can grow, and where you can use it is paramount in keeping the legal weed program in good social standing in the local community and our broader society. Federal law continues to prohibit marijuana sales and consumption, causing each state to craft laws and regulations governing their pot industry along with a unique framework. As a result, both subtle and major differences can be found across the legal marijuana industry on a state-by-state basis. So how much weed can you have on you? In this article, we will review some of these differences and answer how much weed you can legally carry in each state.  

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