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Kevin Huhn

Kevin has worked as an editor for several decades at numerous newspapers and websites across the country, including the Rocky Mountain News, the Boulder Daily Camera, the San Jose Mercury News, the Knoxville News-Sentinel and Fox Sports.

South Dakota’s recreational marijuana law to be challenged in court

A lawsuit in South Dakota backed by the governor questions the constitutionality of the voter-approved amendment that legalized recreational marijuana in the state. The lawsuit was filed Friday by Pennington County Sheriff Kevin Thom and South Dakota Highway Patrol Superintendent Rick Miller and has the support of anti-legalization Gov. Kristi Noem, the Rapid City Journal […]

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MJBizDaily details plan for wide-ranging coverage of 2020 election

Marijuana Business Daily is rolling out extensive coverage of the 2020 general election to give readers timely updates and analysis of legalization ballot measures in five states as well as key federal races that could affect cannabis reform. MJBizDaily will offer blog reporting and analysis from its reporters as well as detailed graphics and regularly […]

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California destroys 1.1 million illicit cannabis plants

California’s annual campaign against illegal marijuana cultivation eradicated more than 1.1 million plants at 455 grow sites. The 13-week effort by state, local and federal agencies in 29 counties went off despite difficulties stemming from coronavirus precautions and massive wildfires, officials said Thursday. Because of competition from illicit operators, California’s legal marijuana businesses haven’t been […]

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Move afoot in Nebraska to remove medical marijuana from ballot

Opponents of a ballot measure to legalize medical cannabis asked Nebraska’s top election official Wednesday to reject the proposal before it goes to voters. Mark Fahleson, a Lincoln attorney and former Nebraska Republican Party chair, argued in a letter to Secretary of State Bob Evnen that the measure violates the state constitution. Fahleson wrote in […]

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Arizona recreational cannabis initiative tallies enough signatures for ballot spot

Arizona’s top elections official certified that supporters of an initiative measure to legalize adult-use marijuana collected enough valid petition signatures for the proposal to appear on the state’s November ballot. Secretary of State Katie Hobbs on Monday said a review indicated that 255,080 of 420,000 petition signatures submitted in July by the Smart and Safe […]

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Poll: Will end of federal $600 weekly jobless benefit impact cannabis sales?

The $600-a-week subsidy that has kept millions of unemployed Americans afloat since late April was to expire July 31. Congress has been unable to strike a deal to renew or replace the CARES Act, so all sectors of the U.S. economy are fearful of what lies ahead. And that includes the cannabis industry. Read about […]

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Former Maryland lawmaker sent to prison in cannabis bribery case

A former state lawmaker who helped create Maryland’s medical marijuana industry was sentenced to two years in prison for taking bribes for legislative favors, including votes to benefit a medical marijuana company. During Wednesday’s sentencing, U.S. District Judge Catherine Blake said Cheryl Glenn, 69, sold her office to pay her bills and tried to cover […]

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