Medical marijuana advocates and patients are asking a judge to fix a mistake that inadvertently delayed the re-opening of shuttered dispensaries by eight months.
Some 30 Oregon municipalities approved some type of marijuana businesses, and now they must establish rules for every step in production and the supply chain.
Lawmakers in the Lone Star State have introduced six cannabis reform bills, California patients get a tax holiday, and Denver readies for onsite consumption.
Among the many proposed changes, one GOP lawmaker wants to raise taxes on medical cannabis to cover a $105MM income-tax cut.
The Alabama senator is no friend of cannabis—medical, adult-use, or otherwise. Will he turn the clock back to "Just Say No"?
Orlando officials have already extended the moratorium on cannabis dispensaries by six months, giving commissioners more time to make rules about where the facilities can go.
Prosecutors will suspend charges for simple cannabis possession and stop filing new charges, but police say they'll continue enforcing the law.
Advocates for legalization are worried that the states will take their time implementing laws recently passed by voters.
Voters passed a measure to allow on-site consumption at licensed establishments, but it will be months before Denver sees Amsterdam-style coffeeshops.