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Oklahoma Republicans Join Fight Against Medical Marijuana Restrictions

By | July 16th, 2018|lawsuit, News, Oklahoma, regulations, republicans|

Republican Party groups in Oklahoma have joined the fight against restrictions added by regulators to the state’s new medical marijuana program. On June 26, voters passed State Question 788 (SQ 788) by a margin of 57-43 percent. The measure legalizes the medicinal use of cannabis in the state and creates a regulated supply chain to [...]

Oklahoma Health Department Sued Over Medical Marijuana Restrictions

By | July 13th, 2018|lawsuit, News, Oklahoma, regulations|

Two separate lawsuits have been filed in response to restrictions tacked onto Oklahoma’s new medical marijuana law by government regulators. Voters passed State Question 788 (SQ 788) by a margin of 57-43 percent in a June 6 election. SQ 788 legalized the medicinal use of cannabis and created a framework for a regulated supply chain. [...]

Oklahoma Board of Health Bans Sale of Smokable Medical Marijuana

By | July 10th, 2018|News, Oklahoma, regulations|

Supporters of Oklahoma’s new medical marijuana program are blasting the State Board of Health’s decision today to ban the sale of smokable cannabis. The board’s decision comes just one day after a group representing doctors and pharmacists opposed to medical marijuana legalization held a press conference demanding a ban on all smokable forms of cannabis, [...]

California Dispensaries Must Destroy $350 Million Worth of Weed

By | July 3rd, 2018|California, News, regulations|

Across California, compost bins are fuller and dispensary shelves are a little emptier than usual. If you knew the signs, you’d sense that something dramatic had just happened. And you’d be right. On Sunday, the stringent new “seed to sale” tracking standards for California’s cannabis market went into effect. Overnight, thousands of pounds of cannabis [...]

California Dispensaries Having Blow-Out Sales Ahead of July 1st Regulations

By | June 28th, 2018|Business, California, News, regulations|

California cannabis dispensaries are having blow-out sales in preparation for new state regulations that take effect July 1. The retailers are clearing their shelves of items that do not comply with testing, labeling, packaging, and other requirements. Businesses must destroy any product not in compliance with Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) regulations remaining on Sunday. Some [...]

Florida Judge Repeals Ban on Smokeable Medical Marijuana

By | May 29th, 2018|Florida, lawsuit, News, regulations|

The state of Florida can no longer ban medical marijuana patients from smoking cannabis, a judge ruled Friday. But the Florida Health Department is appealing the judge’s decision. Caught between are Florida’s medical marijuana patients, who say the state legislature is placing unconstitutional restrictions on access to their medicine. Florida Judge Says Medical Marijuana Smoking [...]

How to Hire a Pot Lawyer

By | May 28th, 2018|April 2018 Issue, featured, Laws, lawyers, regulations|

When Bill Sherman (this is not his real name—due to the sensitivity of his case, he asked us to use an alias) came home to a dozen narcotics agents in his apartment one night, he knew he would need a pot lawyer. The cops had forced entry without a warrant, having figured out that Sherman [...]

Ann Arbor, Home of Annual Hash Bash, to Open More City Dispensaries

By | May 25th, 2018|Hash Bash, Michigan, News, regulations|

Lawmakers in Ann Arbor, Michigan have voted to allow up to 28 medical marijuana dispensaries to operate within city limits. Currently, about a dozen dispensaries are doing business in Ann Arbor. The city council set the cap with a vote at its meeting on May 21. Ann Arbor, home of the annual Hash Bash, has [...]

Maine Lawmakers Override Governor To Start Adult-Use Marijuana Sales

By | May 2nd, 2018|Maine, News, Paul LePage, regulations|

State legislators in Maine have just done something remarkable. Today, in a striking display of political will, lawmakers in both chambers of the legislature voted to override Governor LePage’s veto of a bill legalizing adult-use cannabis sales. Republican Gov. Paul LePage had long-vowed to block any recreational bill that crossed his desk. But after only [...]

New Senate Bill Would Revolutionize Cannabis Delivery in California

By | May 2nd, 2018|California, marijuana delivery, News, regulations|

Though recreational marijuana is legal across California, not all Californians can easily access it. There are large swathes of the state, known as “pot deserts,” where anti-marijuana legislation bars the sale of marijuana. But legislators are looking to change this. This week, lawmakers introduced a bill that would revolutionize cannabis delivery in California. What is [...]