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With More States Legalizing Recreational Weed, Will Sales in Colorado Suffer?

With More States Legalizing Recreational Weed, Will Sales in Colorado Suffer?

With More States Legalizing Recreational Weed, Will Sales in Colorado Suffer?

Colorado’s marijuana sales continue to rise, from more than $683 million sold the first year it was legal to more than $1.2 billion from January to October this year. But with more and more states legalizing recreational cannabis, will sales in Colorado suffer?

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Feedback Will Shape Efforts to Legalize Recreational Marijuana

SPRINGFIELD, Ill., April 12, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — At a press conference today, State Senator Heather Steans (D-Chicago) and State Representative Kelly Cassidy (D-Chicago) announced plans to hold the first subject matter hearing on the topic at 12 p.m. Wednesday, April 19, in the Bilandic building.

New Jersey Marijuana Legislation Inches Ahead Despite Gov. Christie Warning

NJ Marijuana Legislation Inches Ahead Despite Gov. Christie Warning

New Jersey already has a tightly regulated medical marijuana program that includes six alternative treatment centers, or dispensaries, but the issue has largely stalled because of Christie’s opposition.

New bill would legalize marijuana in Delaware

New Bill Would Legalize Marijuana in Delaware

A bill legalizing marijuana for Delaware adults is expected to be introduced in January when the General Assembly reconvenes, the Senate majority whip said. Sen. Margaret Rose Henry, D-Wilmington, who penned Delaware’s medical marijuana bill, said she will propose a bill that would legalize marijuana for Delawareans 21 and older. Henry said the bill has

Arkansas governor: Medical marijuana would hurt state's businesses

Arkansas Governor: Medical Marijuana Would Hurt State’s Businesses

Arkansas’ governor and lieutenant governor say legalizing medical marijuana would hurt the state’s efforts to attract businesses, targeting two proposals on the November ballot they say would prevent companies from being able to enforce drug-free workplaces.


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