Policy framework for non-medicinal marijuana likely introduced Thursday, but no details yet on pricing, stores.
Eighteen months after California voters enthusiastically endorsed legal marijuana, just one in seven cities in the state allow recreational cannabis stores, according to a first-of-its-kind study by this news organization and its California partners.
It wasn’t long ago that recreational cannabis was illegal in this state. Then came legalization.
Bill Blair, the federal government’s lead on legalizing marijuana, has been quietly meeting with advocates for the illegal pot shops springing up across the country, hearing their arguments for how regulating the sector could help eliminate the black market.
On Tuesday night, the Cannabis Friendly Business Association held an emergency meeting at Toronto’s Hotbox Cafe.
The Green Mountain State is on a path to be the first in the nation to legalize weed through the legislative process.
Marijuana is expected to be sold legally in Illinois for the first time in decades Monday to those who have qualified to be among the first patients in the state’s medical cannabis program.
Canadians are “increasingly likely” to support the legalization or decriminalization of drugs, including marijuana, the public safety minister’s top bureaucrat has quietly advised.
Oregon officials estimate that marijuana stores sold more than $11 million of pot during the state’s first week of legal recreational sales.
Cannabis candies, concentrates, tinctures, e-cigs and top shelf grows: marijuana retail products are exploding and prices are coming down in pot shops. The customer base is broadening too.