Lawmakers across the country often hold up Colorado’s medical marijuana program as a model for the rest of the country, lauding the state’s comprehensive set of rules and regulations on cannabis businesses.
But everyone who gets involved in the local medical
New Jersey’s first medical marijuana dispensary opens Thursday after years of battles and bureaucratic delays in enacting a controversial law signed on former Gov. Jon Corzine’s last day in office.
The founders of Greenleaf Compassion Center in Montclair said today they
The Washington State Liquor Control Board sure knows its beer, wine, and liquor. However, it knows squat about cannabis. And why should it? Up until November 6, 2012, cannabis was illegal in the state of Washington. After the passage of I-502, as of December 6, 2012, individuals over 21 will be
OAKLAND, Calif., Nov. 30, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In a Courthouse News article Wednesday, Chris Marshall reports on the City of Oakland's motion filed November 27 in court to block forfeiture proceedings against the nation's model medical cannabis dispensary, Harborside Health Center, while a
BOSTON — Legalized medical marijuana is coming to Massachusetts next year, and along with it is coming a wide variety of business opportunities — including legal work.
A law firm in Colorado, where medical marijuana is already legal, has opened an office in Medford in
Marijuana has been historically cast as a dangerous drug for outcasts and societal dropouts. But with the passage of I-502, marijuana is going mainstream. A Seattle web entrepreneur is building tools for the masses to bring marijuana – and its users – into the 21st century.
The Garden State is abuzz with reports of a new taxable cash crop: medical marijuana.
The Christie administration this week announced that medical marijuana will be taxed at 7 percent, just like any other consumer product.
There’s only one location right now where
(Reuters) - The Illinois General Assembly on Wednesday will consider whether to legalize the use of marijuana for medical purposes and join a growing group of states that officially approve pot as a medicine.
The proposal for a three-year pilot program would make Illinois the second
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper will create a marijuana task force to help iron out the new laws and policy regarding legal marijuana in the state.
The governor's spokesman, Eric Brown, described that, upon creation, the task force will work "to identify the policy, legal and