Judge Nixes Lawsuit Challenging California Cannabis Home Delivery

Judge Nixes Lawsuit Challenging California Cannabis Home Delivery

adminNovember 22, 20204 min read

LOS ANGELES (AP) — In what could be a brief triumph for California’s lawful cannabis industry, an appointed authority has excused a claim that tried to upset a state rule permitting home conveyances statewide, even into networks that restricted business…

Northern California cannabis industry banking on legalization bills stalled in Congress

adminNovember 22, 20201 min read

Will another presidential part of the government matter? “The truth will surface eventually, Empol said. ‘This train has left the station’ Meanwhile, California quietly anticipates the country to get onto what it’s referred to from as far back as 1996,…

Montana medical marijuana providers cautiously optimistic about legalization

adminNovember 22, 20209 min read

Montana medical marijuana providers cautiously optimistic about legalization Montanans casted a ballot to authorize recreational pot prior this month, however there are still obstacles to defeat before individuals without clinical weed cards can make a beeline for the pot shop.…

Everything we know about Cannabis Legalization in Montana

Everything we know about Cannabis Legalization in Montana

adminNovember 22, 20204 min read

Montana electors passed two voting form activities Tuesday, making ready for the state to authorize recreational cannabis  use. Both voting form measures were needed to pass all together for recreational cannabis  use to be allowed in the state. Because the…

Massive $20M, high-tech Cannabis grow facility coming to Southeast Michigan

Massive $20M, high-tech Cannabis grow facility coming to Southeast Michigan

adminNovember 22, 20202 min read

LAKE ORION, MI – A cutting edge weed develop office is under development in Southeast Michigan and is relied upon to be operational by April. At 54,000 square feet, the enormous development office is relied upon to utilize 65 individuals,…

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You would be able to possess up to 6 ounces of weed in N.J. under decriminalization bill

You would be able to possess up to 6 ounces of weed in N.J. under decriminalization bill

ByadminNovember 6, 2020

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You might actually be able to legally buy weed soon after election if N.J. voters approve referendum, top lawmaker says

You might actually be able to legally buy weed soon after election if N.J. voters approve referendum, top lawmaker says

ByadminOctober 27, 2020

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Wyoming now borders three states with legal recreational marijuana

Wyoming now borders three states with legal recreational marijuana

ByadminNovember 6, 2020

Picture by Esteban Lopez WYOMING  — With the legalization of marijuana in Montana and South Dakota, Wyoming now borders three states who’ve legalized recreational marijuana use. Colorado legalized marijuana in 2014.  Montana voters handed two poll initiatives on Tuesday, a requirement wanted…

Working With GOP Gave Obama A ‘Handy Excuse’ Not To Legalize Marijuana, He Writes In New Book

Working With GOP Gave Obama A ‘Handy Excuse’ Not To Legalize Marijuana, He Writes In New Book

ByadminNovember 19, 2020

In a new memoir looking back at his time in office, former President Barack Obama writes that a decision early in his first term to cut deals with congressional Republicans allowed him to ignore some Democrats’ calls for “less orthodox ideas” such…

Working With GOP Gave Obama A ‘Handy Excuse’ Not To Legalize Marijuana, He Writes In New Book

Working With GOP Gave Obama A ‘Handy Excuse’ Not To Legalize Marijuana, He Writes In New Book

ByadminNovember 19, 2020

In a new memoir looking back at his time in office, former President Barack Obama writes that a decision early in his first term to cut deals with congressional Republicans allowed him to ignore some Democrats’ calls for “less orthodox ideas” such…

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