Recreational Marijuana News

Massachusetts cannabis shops cap customer purchases amid limited supply

Massachusetts’ two recreational marijuana retailers are putting a cap on the amount of marijuana customers can buy. Cultivate in Leicester joins New England Treatment Access (NETA) in Northampton in limiting purchases because of supply concerns. Cultivate’s customers are permitted to purchase only half an ounce of flower per person. More details about Massachusetts stores limiting purchase […]

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California regulators OK statewide marijuana delivery in draft of final rules

In the final drafts of California’s cannabis business regulations, regulators approved statewide marijuana deliveries, even in areas that ban cannabis. The rules will not be completely finalized until approved by the Office of Administrative Law (OAL), which may not be until sometime in January. Many believe statewide delivery – one of the most debated issues involving […]

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Massachusetts recreational marijuana stores bring in $2.6M in second week of sales

The newly launched adult-use cannabis market in Massachusetts hit $2.6 million in sales during the second week of sales, according to figures released by the state’s Cannabis Control Commission. Data also shows that since Massachusetts’ recreational marijuana market launched Nov. 20, there have been just over $4.8 million in sales at the two stores that […]

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Facebook, Instagram deactivate accounts for some MA cannabis businesses

Facebook and Instagram accounts for at least six marijuana companies in Massachusetts have reportedly been deactivated, including Cultivate and New England Treatment Access (NETA), which were the first two stores in the state allowed to begin selling recreational cannabis on Nov. 20. Cultivate Chief Operating Officer Robert Lally told community members at a meeting held to discuss traffic snarls […]

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Chart: Dozens of marijuana licenses at risk after Oregon inspections

More than a quarter of Oregon’s outdoor recreational marijuana producers had deficiencies or potential compliance violations in their harvest processes, according to the results of Operation Good Harvest – the state’s effort to observe and inspect the 2018 outdoor cannabis harvest. Of the 354 licensed outdoor recreational grow sites inspected by the Oregon Liquor Control […]

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Massachusetts marijuana regulators approve more recreational retail licenses

The first day of adult-use cannabis sales in Massachusetts reportedly went smoothly Tuesday, and regulators continued to approve final retail licenses in an attempt to keep the industry in the state moving forward. Steven Hoffman, chairman of the state’s Cannabis Control Commission, told The Boston Globe he expects more retail, cultivation and manufacturing licenses to […]

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Oregon recreational cannabis sales soar as prices continue to drop

Rampant overproduction in Oregon’s market for legal, recreational marijuana has produced a 50% drop in prices, according to recent estimates by state economists. The widely documented collapse has been tough on cannabis businesses such as cultivators and retailers – but a boon for consumers. “The real economic impact from recreational marijuana will come not from the […]

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Week in Review: OR cannabis firms owe the tax man, Ohio nears MMJ sales & some MI cities ban rec businesses

Oregon cannabis businesses fall behind on their tax obligations, Ohio inches closer to launching its tardy medical marijuana program, and some Michigan cities are prohibiting adult-use MJ companies. Here’s a closer look at some notable developments in the marijuana industry this week. Oregon tax crunch Oregon marijuana businesses may owe the state up to $15.7 […]

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Michigan localities are saying ‘no’ to recreational marijuana

Some Michigan communities are already prohibiting adult-use marijuana businesses, a little more than a week after voters in the state approved legalization of recreational cannabis. According to various newspaper reports, Niles City in southwestern Michigan and Pinckney village in the southeastern part of the state have decided to opt out, at least for now. St. Joseph […]

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Maine extends deadline for marijuana rulemaking consultants to apply

Consultants seeking to guide Maine state agencies as they craft adult-use cannabis regulations and review the medical marijuana program now have until Nov. 8 to turn in their applications. The previous deadline was Nov. 1 Mainers in 2016 voted to allow adult-use possession and retail sales of marijuana. But sales won’t become legal until agencies […]

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