With passage of the Medical Marijuana Reciprocity Amendment Act, the District joins Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Arizona and Maine in allowing some level of reciprocity for out-of-state registered medical marijuana users.
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On Sept. 21, 2016, Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser announced changes to the city’s medical marijuana program. Included in the changes is a proposal to increase the amount of medical marijuana a patient can purchase within a 30-day period from two ounces to four.
EUGENE, Ore., May 26, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — The Oregon Responsible Edibles Council is proud to announce the launch of their initial public education campaign, “Try 5”.
On April 19, 2016, the Council of the District of Columbia passed Bill 21-0107, permanently banning private marijuana clubs and public marijuana consumption.
On Feb. 22, 2016, Denver City Council’s Marijuana Moratorium Committee met to discuss the saturation rate of marijuana facilities within the city limits.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 27, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — Today the Council of the District of Columbia Committee on the Judiciary voted to dilute the will of District voters who approved Ballot Initiative 71 by passing unnecessary legislation largely outlawing adult marijuana use in the District.
On Jan. 11, 2016, the Seattle City Council voted to relax the buffer zones around marijuana businesses in the city.
The Seattle City Council may change its marijuana zoning regulations to accommodate a potential increase of retail stores within the city’s limits.
On Jan. 5, 2016, the Council of the District of Columbia voted 7-6 to keep the ban on private marijuana clubs; however, it went to a second vote.
On Dec. 10, 2015, the Council of the District of Columbia Committee on the Judiciary held a public hearing to discuss the Marijuana Decriminalization Clarification Emergency Amendment Act of 2015, a temporary law that bans marijuana consumption in private clubs.
After more than a year of legislative struggle, the Colorado legislature has finally passed a bill aimed at reforming the state’s loosely regulated medical marijuana caregiver system.
Last week, on March 23, 2015, the Denver City Council approved a measure that limits the number of marijuana plants an unlicensed grow operation can have. The measure’s goal is to rein in the medical marijuana caregiver market, which officials contend has gotten out of hand.
Testing for employee marijuana use in Washington, D.C., is riddled with gray area now that recreational marijuana is legal under Initiative 71.
On Saturday, February 28, 2015, ArcView Market Research and Viridian Capital Research will co-host a session on “Funding Your Cannabusiness” at the Comfytree Cannabis Convention in Washington, D.C.
For the residents of Alaska, marijuana prohibition has finally ended. On Tuesday, February 25, 2015, the state’s new laws regarding recreational marijuana officially went into effect.
Tourism is a big industry in the District, but these tourists may not put much money directly into the city’s coffers without tax revenue from marijuana sales.
On Monday, February 9, the Council of the District of Columbia was scheduled to hold a hearing on Bill 21-0023 that would establish a comprehensive system for licensing and regulating retail sales of marijuana.
When residents of Washington, D.C., legalized recreational marijuana with Initiative 71, they knew there was going to be trouble. Congress has a notorious habit of meddling in the District’s affairs.
The proliferation of legal marijuana in the last decade has come as a huge relief to millions of marijuana users in the United States.
When voters in Washington, D.C., approved recreational marijuana by a margin of 64 percent, residents were left with asking, “Now what?”
If you live in Seattle, your favorite dispensary might be subject to closure. Recently, the Seattle City Council sent out a cease and desist letter to over 300 marijuana dispensaries.