The first medical marijuana license issued by the state of Texas will be going to a company called Cansortium Texas. The company, with administrative offices in Schulenberg, Texas, says they are humbled and honored to have earned a license as a low-THC dispensing organization.
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A new billboard in Arkansas popped up for drivers to see on Interstate 30 Eastbound in Bryant. The message is clear; patients who are qualified for Arkansas’s new medical marijuana program can get their approvals through a new website.
Despite missing a key state deadline earlier this month, three more medical marijuana growers won final licenses on Monday to cultivate the drug.
Gov. Charlie Baker has started shaping the powerful state commission charged with overseeing the pot industry, tapping a longtime Beacon Hill pol who opposed legalizing weed to fill the panel’s public health-centered post.
Argentina gave final legislative approval on Wednesday to a bill legalizing cannabis oil for medicinal use and permitting the federal government to grow marijuana for research and therapeutic purposes.
Maine voters in November approved legalizing marijuana; the law goes into effect January 30.
Most myths have at least a little bit of truth interspersed with a lot that is false. That’s the case with these three myths about marijuana stocks that some might mistakenly believe.
On Jan. 26, 2016, the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services announced that it had issued a conditional registration certificate to Temescal Wellness, an alternative treatment center in New Hampshire, to start cultivating medical marijuana at its facility in Manchester.
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 19, 2015 /Weed Wire/ — Pineapple Express announced today that its canna-business tenant and consulting client, Clonenetics Laboratories Cooperative, Inc., was approved for a conditional use permit (“CUP”) by the City of Desert Hot Springs at last night’s city council meeting.
The Oregon community bank that a week ago openly welcomed Colorado marijuana industry customers has changed its mind, publicly saying it doesn’t have the infrastructure to handle the overwhelming response for service.
(AP) — Officials say the first approval letters have been sent to Illinois patients who’ve applied to use medical marijuana legally.