Letting cannabis users light up without smoke blowing into other people’s faces is a dilemma governments from coast to coast are facing.
Medical pot users call new regulations discriminatory.
The city of Denver granted its first license on Monday to a business that will allow marijuana use on its premises. The Coffee Joint plans to charge patrons a $5 entry fee and permit them to consume their own cannabis in edible or vapor form.
Ontario is considering licensing lounges where people can consume marijuana when the drug becomes legal across Canada, according to regulations published by the province for public comment.
The province should develop a licensing regime to allow for designated cannabis-consumption lounges when marijuana becomes legal next year, say Victoria councillors.
The city’s first high-end pot ‘boutique’ – with a $100 membership fee – adds to a growing industry, but is Harvest signaling an end to the days of ragtag hangouts?
Colorado Springs City Council voted 6 to 3 to ban cannabis clubs within the city and decided existing clubs must close down within eight years.
Tech entrepreneurs in Colorado are finding new ways to bring marijuana into the 21st century, and as of Jan. 2, fans of recreational marijuana will be able to book a party bus where the drug is acceptable, if not encouraged. Denver’s High There Hopper will serve those who want to consume marijuana legally while theyRead More
Owner has don't-ask-don't-tell approach to pot provenance