On Feb. 20, 2018, the New Jersey Cannabusiness Association sponsored a seminar which had 250 state and local government officials in attendance.
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Today, investors are licking their chops over the prospect of a “green rush” when recreational retailers and weed makers are allowed to open for business Jan. 1.
A ballot amendment legalizing medical marijuana in the state of Missouri has failed to qualify for the November ballot.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio could be the first medical marijuana state to fix the industry’s cash-only situation.
According to the Boston Globe, eight state senators from Massachusetts will be traveling to Colorado to learn more about the impact of legalized marijuana.
It is no secret that marijuana use spans the globe, but reach of the marijuana plant is probably much more vast than most imagine.
Today, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal is expected to sign into law HB 1, a bill aimed at legalizing marijuana oil for patients suffering from debilitating conditions.
The path to marijuana legalization looks clear in Maine—but is it? Fifteen years ago, Maine voters approved medical marijuana legalization.
The city of Seattle plans to shut down marijuana-delivery services, which became popular after the state legalized recreational marijuana.
There is a specter haunting Colorado, and that specter is edible marijuana. Ever since the state began recreational sales of marijuana at the start of the year, lawmakers have been racking their brains on how to regulate the market.
A Florida judge has thrown out a set of rules proposed by the state Department of Health regarding medical marijuana.
CHICAGO (AP) – The Illinois Department of Agriculture on Thursday released the following list of where applications for medical marijuana cultivation center licenses were received.
(AP) — Officials say the first approval letters have been sent to Illinois patients who’ve applied to use medical marijuana legally.
Before close of business on Wednesday, September 24, 2014, state officials in Illinois announced the number of grower and dispensary applications it received for its Medical Cannabis Pilot Program. According to the Associated Press, “more than 350 groups have applied to be the first to legally grow or sell medical marijuana in Illinois.”