Phil Matier talks with state senator Scott Wiener (D-S.F.) about the competing city and state politics around recreational pot use on Matier in the Morning.
Tag Archives: Restrictions
Who can operate a marijuana business may include felons if an equity program is approved by the Sacramento City Council.
The legal use of marijuana is the latest temptation available to tens of millions of people who visit Las Vegas each year. But the law mandates the legally bought marijuana be consumed in a private residence, which puts tourists in a tough spot.
The Massachusetts marijuana law is getting a rewrite. The state has actually two marijuana laws — approved by voters — that Statehouse lawmakers revised, largely behind closed doors.
The city of Orlando has delayed a vote on whether or not to ban new medical marijuana retail outlets.
Mexican medical marijuana businesses and their investors will have a long time to wait before seeing profits from the newly legalized industry.
The head of the U.S. Secret Service is easing restrictions on past marijuana use by prospective recruits in an attempt to boost the ranks of the agency.
Arkansas will soon begin taking applications from those who hope to grow and dispense medical marijuana, though the state’s strong religious heritage and restrictions imposed by the Legislature will limit where greenhouses and distributors can operate.
Republican and Democratic senators on Wednesday renewed their drive to make banking easier for marijuana businesses in those U.S. states where the drug is legal.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones urged owners to end the league’s prohibition on marijuana and cease investigating players independently of the criminal justice system for off-field conduct.
On March 23, 2017, the Arkansas Senate voted to approve House Bill 1400 and Senate Bill 721, providing requirements and restrictions on the state’s medical marijuana program.
New proposed laws in Idaho could loosen the current marijuana restrictions on prospective police officers.
The military is rethinking some of the restrictions that may be keeping modern recruits out of the ranks, Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced Tuesday.
On March 25, 2016, the Associated Press and University of Chicago released a survey showing support for marijuana legalization is at an all-time high.
Although the marijuana industry has made considerable gains in the last several years, marijuana advertising remains more or less an untapped market.
When it comes to medical marijuana, one of the toughest challenges facing state regulatory agencies is how to crack down on perceived abuses in the system.
Aldermen took steps Tuesday to further limit where medical marijuana dispensaries could be located in the city.