Cannabis Vacation

Canada is about to legalise marijuana for recreational use.   That means that by summer 2018, vast numbers of Canadians will openly smoke cannabis and no longer be involved in a criminal activity.   Many will cross into the U.S on vacation. Whether for business, or pleasure, what will happen at the border if the […]

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A handful of states, including Oregon, have led the charge in legalizing marijuana for recreational use. And in the fall of 2015, the state began permitting recreational sales. Any adult 21 years of age or older traveling through the state of Oregon can purchase marijuana for recreational use at a registered and licensed dispensary. Perhaps unsurprisingly, […]

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A handful of states, including Oregon, have led the charge in legalizing marijuana for recreational use. And in the fall of 2015, the state began permitting recreational sales. Any adult 21 years of age or older traveling through the state of Oregon can purchase marijuana for recreational use at a registered and licensed dispensary. Perhaps unsurprisingly, […]

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House Rules Committee blocks renewal of 2014 marijuana amendment protecting medical providers. DOJ is secretly using IRS to investigate Colorado pot shops in guise of audits, lawsuit says. Teen marijuana use falls to 20-year low, defying legalization opponents’ predictions. Trump and Sessions are ignoring voters’ overwhelming support for medical marijuana. Will Congress listen? Which state legislatures could legalize recreational, medical marijuana […]

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SVCAC looks at rental ban request, cannabis permit, more The next meeting of the Sonoma Valley Citizens Advisory Commission (SVCAC) will be Wednesday, Sept. 27, 6:30 p.m., in the Sonoma Police Department Community Room, 177 First St. West in Sonoma. Included on the Sept. 27 agenda is a request from some property owners in the […]

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CHATHAM — Selectmen Tuesday moved ahead with plans to draft new bylaws which, if approved by voters, would snuff out any chance of recreational marijuana shops opening in town. Leading the charge was selectman Dean Nicastro, who noted that 57.6 percent of Chatham voters rejected last year’s petition to legalize recreational marijuana, though a majority […]

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More than a few people have asked me if I was frustrated by this last city council meeting and the 6.5 hour discussion regarding the revised VHR (Vacation Home Rental) ordinance. I thought the City Manager’s introduction on why we were looking at a revised ordinance and the staff presentation on the revisions were excellent […]

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Massachusetts’ newly-formed regulatory board for marijuana is scheduled to meet for the first time on Tuesday. The chairman of the Cannabis Control Commission, 64-year-old Lincoln resident and former business executive Steven Hoffman, sat down with The Associated Press shortly after his appointment to talk about the challenges the commission faces in meeting timetables set out […]

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