News about Legal Medical and Recreational Marijuana
San Diego legalized recreational pot dispensaries on Tuesday and the city also opened up the possibility it will allow pot farms, manufacturing facilities and testing labs. San Diego is the first local city to approve recreational marijuana sales since state voters approved Proposition 64 in November, and no other cities in the county have indicated they intend […]
During the two-year-plus process of developing the Oregon Measure 91 legalization law, I, along with many other advocates involved, were adamant about the fact that there could NOT be a per se THC driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII) provision included.
Oregon’s Recreational Cannabis Tax Revenue For 2016 Exceeded One Original Estimate More than Six-Fold
As legislators begin grappling with a $1.8 billion gap between revenues and what they’d like to spend over the next two years, new figures show that tax receipts from recreational marijuana continues to vastly exceed early projections.
ALACHUA, Fla. — It's been just over two months since Amendment 2 swept through the Sunshine State and passed with over 71 percent of votes in favor of legalizing medical marijuana. Despite a lengthy and most likely controversial rules process ahead of this outcome, dispensaries around Florida are starting to go online. The changing of […]
In a coming together that once seemed highly unlikely, California state regulators Wednesday greeted a hotel ballroom filled with marijuana growers, promising that a licensing program to bring thousands of pot producers out of the shadows will be operational in the state by Jan. 1, 2018.
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