More than 6,000 temporary farm licenses are expiring through July. Only nine permanent licenses have been issued to replace them.
The race is on to assemble the five-member board that will oversee recreational and medical marijuana in Massachusetts.
Gov. Charlie Baker signed a sweeping cannabis bill into law, marking a milestone in a battle that began when voters approved adult-use legalization in November.
"We are now informed that many [dispensaries] have only days or weeks of product to be sold," says the chief of staff for Gov. Brian Sandoval.
After a week of sharp divisions over the future of the state's adult-use cannabis law, it's now up to a committee of six lawmakers to sort everything out.
The Senate passed a bill Thursday calling for revisions to the voter-approved adult-use cannabis law, setting the stage for negotiations with the House.
California would set standards for organic marijuana, allow samples at county fairs and permit home deliveries under legislation set to be considered Thursday.
The tobacco industry in Massachusetts is trying to get a piece of what’s expected to be a lucrative state cannabis market.
Florida legislators agreed Wednesday on a framework for enacting the state's constitutional amendment expanding the use of medical marijuana.