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The San Francisco Chronicle this weekend reported that regulatory officials in Oakland, CA, have applications from 255 individuals, seeking special city permits that would allow them to cultivate, retail, distribute, and transport cannabis, as well as lab testers and...
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors decided on Tuesday to delay approval on new regulations for recreational cannabis businesses, scheduled to be legal on January 1, 2018. The next board meeting is slated for November 28. Despite rescheduling the vote for...
The rules have finally been released as recreational sales are set to begin in January of 2018. The largest legal for marijuana market finally has some rules set in place. The regulations were released today by three separate state agencies-the...
Los Angeles' Department of City Planning is seeking to regulate signage and ads by the cannabis industry in order to limit exposure to children. Voters legalized recreational cannabis use in California in November of 2016. But the city of Los...
With public support in favor and a new governor set to be elected next year, recreational marijuana may be a reality for Illinois.  Momentum seems to be building for legalized recreational marijuana use in Illinois. Last year, small possession was...
Senator Cory Gardner is looking to take some of the strain off of running marijuana businesses by allowing them federal deductions on their taxes. For many small businesses, the difference between turning a profit or losing money comes down to...
The attorney general reinforced the ‘Holder-Lynch’ policy of federal restraint with states that legalize medical cannabis. WASHINGTON, D.C. – During a hearing of the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday, United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions was asked to comment on...
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill to add Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) to the state's list of qualifying conditions for medical marijuana use. The PTSD bill was part of a series of bills Cuomo signed over the...
As a gubernatorial candidate, Phil Murphy vowed to reform New Jersey's criminal justice system and to legalize recreational marijuana. New Jersey has had an interesting eight years when it comes to legal marijuana. In 2010, outgoing Governor Jim Corzine signed...
Lawmakers voted to override Gov. LePage's veto of legal marijuana sales but fell short of the two-thirds needed.  Governor Paul LePage's veto of recreational marijuana sales was upheld after lawmakers failed to gather enough votes to override it. Last year, Maine...

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