Mississippi is on the verge of legalizing a commercial medical cannabis program after the state House of Representatives on Wednesday voted 104-14 in favor of a bill to launch an MMJ program.
A New York state judge started hearing a case Tuesday on whether a Syracuse investor group can proceed with a $600 million lawsuit against marijuana multistate operator Acreage Holdings and others over a medical cannabis license.
Oklahoma cannabis regulators delayed opening the state’s medical marijuana licensing portal until Jan. 24 after discovering a data migration issue.
The legal right to grow marijuana at home apparently will not apply to cannabis consumers in New Jersey once the state’s adult-use market launches.
Around a half-dozen marijuana legalization referendums could reach state ballots in November, with advocates confident they can repeat the clean sweep of victories voters delivered two years ago.
Los Angeles County authorities signed off on a plan to issue $30,000-per-day civil fines against unlicensed commercial marijuana activity, which officials say has grown explosively in recent years.
Oklahoma lawmakers could be poised to enact new restrictions on the state’s booming medical cannabis program amid concerns about a growing underground marijuana industry.