Cannabis Legalization

Medical Cannabis in KY

98% Support Reforms for Medical Cannabis in Kentucky

Governor Andy Beshear’s Medical Cannabis Advisory Committee released its full report, which showed 98.4% of Kentuckians backed the reforms with just 1.36% opposed. In an online poll conducted by the committee, the overwhelming majority of respondents backed medical cannabis reforms. The poll was conducted in conjunction with a series of Town Hall meetings by the […]

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Legalization Question Approved

Legalization Question Approved for November in Arkansas

The Arkansas Supreme Court ruled that the state’s adult-use cannabis legalization question will appear on November ballots.  Arkansas voters passed a medical cannabis constitutional amendment in 2016, and if approved, the new adult-use law would allow Arkansans aged 21 and older to purchase up to an ounce at regulated dispensaries, according to a recent article

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cannabis delivery licenses

Social Equity Companies Exclusive Rights to Delivery Cannabis in Denver

Denver city officials are set to consider making cannabis delivery licenses permanently exclusive to social equity applicants. The move would give a leg up to entrepreneurs from disadvantaged backgrounds who have been disproportionately impacted by the War on Drugs. If approved, the measure would create a new category of cannabis delivery license specifically reserved for

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Responsible Official Cannabis Cards in Guam

First ‘Responsible Official’ Cannabis ID Cards Issued in Guam

The Department of Revenue and Taxation will start accepting adult-use cannabis licenses from “responsible officials,” according to Pacific Daily News.  Guam has legalized cannabis for adult use, but there are still some restrictions in place. Adults 21 and older can grow, possess, and consume cannabis, but it is illegal to sell it or trade it

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MO Cannabis Sales Could Reach up to $300M

Cannabis Sales Expected to Reach up to $300M In First Few Years in Missouri if Legalization is Approved

If Missouri voters approve legalization this November, the state’s adult-use cannabis industry could generate between $250 million and $300 million in sales during its first few years. This would make Missouri one of the biggest cannabis markets in the country. There is strong public support for cannabis legalization in Missouri; a SurveyUSA poll released in

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Cannabis Legalization Vote Delayed

Cannabis Legalization Vote Delayed Due to Supreme Court in Oklahoma

It was unanimously voted by The Oklahoma Supreme Court to delay the state’s upcoming cannabis legalization ballot initiative. The Oklahoma Supreme Court voted 9-0 to delay the vote on cannabis legalization in the state after the campaign running the initiative ran out of time before the election. The campaign director said state officials had simply

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Adult-Use Retail License in Vermont

The First Adult-Use Retail License in Vermont

The Vermont Cannabis Control Board issued the first two adult-use cannabis retail licenses on September 14th, two and a half weeks ahead of schedule. More adult-use retail licenses are expected to be approved in the coming days. The newly licensed businesses include FLŌRA Cannabis in Middlebury and Mountain Girl Cannabis in Rutland. Additionally, the board

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Adult Use Measure Ruled Insufficient in Arkansas

Adult Use Measure Ruled Insufficient in Arkansas

Arkansas Secretary of State John Thurston has declared that the state’s cannabis legalization ballot measure is insufficient due to the State Board of Election Commissioners’ decision to not certify the initiative’s popular name and ballot title. The measure, if passed, would legalize cannabis for recreational use by adults over 21 years of age. However, it

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Failure to License More Cannabis Businesses in Florida

Failure to License More Cannabis Businesses in Florida

A Florida appeals court judge criticized state officials for not issuing enough medical cannabis licenses to service the more than 700,000 registered patients as required by a 2017 law. Judge Ross Bilbrey admonished state officials for their inaction and urged them to take action to rectify the situation.  This leaves many patients unable to access

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Cannabis Legalization in Maryland

Majority of Voters Support Cannabis Legalization in Maryland

In a recent poll by Goucher College, it was found that the majority of Maryland voters support cannabis legalization. The poll, which surveyed 1,008 Maryland residents, found that 59% of respondents would vote in favor of legalizing cannabis if the issue were to be put on the ballot, while 34% said they would vote against

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