Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has declined to give the green light to a constitutional amendment to legalize medical marijuana, stating that the summary language was not a fair or truthful reflection of the proposal.
The relatively quick growth of Connecticut’s medical cannabis market illustrates how a limited MMJ program can blossom into something bigger over time, giving hope to other states in a similar position.
The U.S. cannabis industry will pump up to $44 billion annually into the country’s economy by 2020 if current business and legalization trends continue, according to exclusive data released today in the 2016 Marijuana Business Factbook.
Confusion emerges as Washington State licenses more marijuana stores, Florida moves closer to expanding its limited CBD law, and a California activist tries to breathe life into a marijuana legalization measure.
Here’s a closer look at several notable developments in the marijuana industry over the past week.
The Colorado-based Organic Cannabis Association announced this week that it’s now offering a first-of-its-kind certification for any growers who want to stamp their product as 100% free of residual pesticides.
The process for certification is a voluntary one, and is only immediately available for Colorado companies, according to a press release. But it comes at …
A battle in Massachusetts between recreational marijuana supporters and some of their medical marijuana counterparts is getting increasingly heated, and could have ramifications for rec legalization in the state.
The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol announced its intention to protest the opening of the Commonwealth Alternative Care dispensary in Cambridge, because the company head …
The seven cannabis storefronts in the tourist mecca of Aspen, Colorado, combined to overtake the alcohol industry in terms of sales during both March and April of last year, according to statistics provided by the city’s Finance Department to the Aspen Times.
Marijuana sales were slightly behind those of alcohol sales for the year, …
Testing Technologies in Poulsbo, Washington State, has hit pause on its cannabis testing services after firing its science director, alleging that potency values were “pulled from thin air” and that tests for contaminants were inaccurate.