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When it comes to equity in Massachusetts’ fledgling recreational marijuana industry, one Massachusetts city is taking extra steps to level the playing field. Somerville passed an ordinance requiring that 50 percent of recreational marijuana licenses go to black and Latino applicants. The application process for those groups looking for recreational marijuana licenses opened this week. […]

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When it comes to equity in Massachusetts’ fledgling recreational marijuana industry, one Massachusetts city is taking extra steps to level the playing field. Somerville passed an ordinance requiring that 50 percent of recreational marijuana licenses go to black and Latino applicants. The application process for those groups looking for recreational marijuana licenses opened this week. […]

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Weed Regs in Waiting: Medical marijuana law leaves foggy path for employment policies A new “cannabis clinic” with eyes on the Queen City is shedding light on the sometimes confusing rollout of medical marijuana in Missouri. Springfield Business Journal contacted Emily Branch, CEO of The Green Clinics, ahead of her company’s 4 p.m. opening yesterday […]

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The marijuana industry is not happy with Gov. Mike Dunleavy. Alaskans voted to legalize recreational and commercial marijuana in 2014, but the Alaska Marijuana Industry Association thinks the governor is trying to undo that through his legislation and appointments. “Under the guise of rolling back a controversial criminal justice bill, Gov. Mike Dunleavy has again […]

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The game of cannabis consolidation continues, with the February 6 announcement that LivWell Enlightened Health has purchased Infinite Wellness Center in Fort Collins. The sale adds a fifteenth dispensary to LivWell’s brand in Colorado. The company acquired all assets of Infinite Wellness Center’s parent company, Green Meadows Wellness LLC, which held three growing licenses (two recreational, one medical), a medical […]

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The first marijuana hearing of the 116th Congress kicked off on Wednesday. A House financial subcommittee asked witnesses about how banking access can improve public safety, how operating on a cash-only basis inhibits transparency and, at one point, whether the cash at these businesses smells like cannabis. “The absence of a broader, permanent regulatory framework […]

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The first marijuana hearing of the 116th Congress kicked off on Wednesday. A House financial subcommittee asked witnesses about how banking access can improve public safety, how operating on a cash-only basis inhibits transparency and, at one point, whether the cash at these businesses smells like cannabis. “The absence of a broader, permanent regulatory framework […]

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Over 40,000 patients are registered with the New Jersey medical marijuana program, which has expanded the list of qualifying conditions under Gov. Phil Murphy. Mike Davis, @byMikeDavis … read more at: https://www.mycentraljersey.com/story/news/education/college/2019/02/14/union-county-college-new-jersey-cannabusiness-association/2868871002/

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The first marijuana hearing of the 116th Congress kicked off on Wednesday. A House financial subcommittee asked witnesses about how banking access can improve public safety, how operating on a cash-only basis inhibits transparency and, at one point, whether the cash at these businesses smells like cannabis. “The absence of a broader, permanent regulatory framework […]

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