Under the new Massachusetts marijuana laws, adults aged 21 and older will be able to possess up to 10 ounces of marijuana. Adults will also be allowed to grow up to 12 plants in their residence. But first, we want to make sure our readers know all the details about recreational marijuana laws taking effect today in Massachusetts.
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24/7 Wall Street CEO Douglas McIntyre looks at the 10 states where people smoke the most marijuana.
The Baltimore Ravens released starting left tackle Eugene Monroe on Wednesday, the team announced on its website.
On May 17, 2016, USA Today published an article titled, “When smuggling Colo. pot, not even the sky’s the limit,” including a map that mislabeled Wyoming as Colorado, with arrows pointing from Wyoming to the surrounding that have intercepted marijuana from Colorado.
Cannabis is enjoying a major public-image improvement. After all, we’ve learned that the THC in marijuana has medicinal uses, while the plant fibers in hemp have countless uses in manufacturing.
Earlier this year we reported that teen drug use has been shown to decline as marijuana laws become more liberalized.
If you type the word “vape” into a Word document, then chances are you will see a red squiggly line underneath of it. Well, not for long—the Oxford Dictionaries announced that vape is the Word of the Year for 2014.
A Washington state farmer is selling off a ton of marijuana — literally 2,000 pounds worth — to the highest bidder in one of the first large-scale legal pot auctions in modern American history.
One of the ways law enforcement catch illegal marijuana grow operations is through energy consumption. An indoor hydroponic grow operation requires a massive amount of energy … .
BOULDER, Colo. — Marijuana growers around this famously pot-friendly city next year will start paying special fees to offset their contributions to climate change.
One of the reasons why Colorado regulators cap marijuana production is to prevent a huge surplus of marijuana. If there was a huge surplus of marijuana, then it would be much easier for those in the illicit drug trade to smuggle it out of the state.
On Monday, July 7, 2014, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, D-N.Y., signed the Compassionate Care Act, making New York the 23rd state in the union with medical marijuana laws. The bill is aimed at helping individuals with debilitating conditions, and is narrower than some states like California, but broader than other states like Georgia.
Wikileaf, also known as the Priceline of pot, allows medical marijuana patients to compare pot costs at 1,100 dispensaries in six states.