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Maryland released a list of 102 names.
New York's medical cannabis program is undergoing an expansion.
Cannabis edibles are required to have a distinct stamp to indicate that they contain THC.
Cannabis strain names that appeal to children could be on their way out in Oregon.
A bill to address proliferating illegal medical cannabis shops was introduced in early 2015.
Without federal guidance, states have moved to regulate pesticides use on their own.
Allowing these shops to sell old inventory alleviates concerns about losing money in the crossover.
Other donors include the state's chamber of commerce and U-Haul.
On September 1, an initiative to allow cannabis consumption at Denver businesses qualified for the November ballot.
The two competing initiatives could cause both to fail, and some advocates are urging the two to come together.
On-site consumption is only permitted in designated areas attached to licensed retail shops.
It's been a busy week for cannabis quality control in Oregon.
The state will double the number of medical cannabis providers, giving rejected applicants another shot.
The requirement is in place for any business that manufactures or sells edible, or extracts and concentrates that can be used in edible products.
A group of 20 voters studied Massachusetts' Question 4 and released their findings as a voter resource.
The report and recommendations come just over two years since the passage of New York's medical cannabis law.
Implementation of one of the country's newest medical cannabis programs is underway and on track to be complete by 2018.
Maryland has had one of the most competitive business application processes yet in the medical cannabis industry.
Edibles were responsible for the largest share of incidents, and in many cases lacking supervision and product storage were factors.
As the cannabis industry matures, so too do regulations surrounding pesticide use during cultivation.
It is unclear whether Parker will at some point enter the industry, but he has not done so yet.
Edibles will likely look different in Washington by early next year.
Medical cannabis would be available for qualified patients six months following the announcement.
While D.C. legalized cannabis in 2014, it has one distinct difference from other states: no cannabis sales.
It might be unworkable to suggest state universities cultivate cannabis for the state's medical cannabis program.
The state Legislative Analyst's Office examined the leading legalization initiative headed toward the November ballot.
Counties and cities face unique challenges and opportunities with cannabis regulation.
As far as marketing, don't expect to see big 4/20 freebies if the proposed rules are adopted.
A UW study found that the Washington State cannabis market requires about 30 football fields worth of cannabis grows.
More than 60 applicants tried to obtain a license. Missing from the list was actor Woody Harrelson.
The issue has been debated for months in D.C.
The state seems to be straddling a blurry line between a program for patients and one for casual cannabis consumers.
Legislatures across the country are tackling a number of bills, and one issue is increasingly landing on their desks: cannabis regulation.
The forum is hosted by the state attorney general and will include speakers from Washington and Colorado.
An Illinois lawmaker proposed a bill that could change medical cannabis labels to include warnings about side effects.
Lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow thousands of patients to consider joining the state's medical cannabis program.
The group will meet in the coming months to discuss a variety of issues and opportunities relevant to the state's cannabis industry.
Those who want to sell cannabis in Washington state have three weeks to turn in their applications.
One California county is getting creative about cannabis education.
The state determined that more than 17,000 signatures were invalid.
Dispensaries have illegally proliferated in the state since voters approved medical cannabis in 2008.
Vermont might become the first state to vote by legislature to legalize and regulate cannabis.
Let the competition begin.
State and federal law require workplace protections for agricultural workers.
There is plenty of uncertainty surrounding the future of cannabis regulations in the state.
Harrelson is the latest of many celebrities who have become part of the cannabis industry.
Facing a tight March 1 deadline to pass regulation, California localities were banning cannabis cultivation.
Governor's support of legalization bill follows forum meetings throughout the state.
Florida voters will have another chance to decide on medical cannabis this year.
The state expects to open the application period and begin approving cannabis business licenses within the next six months.
In addition, Salt Lake County District Attorney Sam Gill has come out in favor of an expanded medical cannabis law.
If this bill passes, the pesticide-free labeling program would be the first of its kind in the country.
This is the second time a state office has changed its name to reflect legalization of cannabis for social use.
The leader of the failed Responsible Ohio legalization campaign promised to return for another shot in 2016. But he won't.
As of November 30, 2015, Hawaii had 12,638 medical cannabis patients.
No pesticides are identified by the Environmental Protection Agency for use on cannabis.
The Washington Liquor and Cannabis Board has revised new rules for the state's legal cannabis industry.
For now, the medical cannabis industry is serving non-medical cannabis consumers.
Vermont is likely to be the first state to legalize cannabis by legislature.
New York state's medical cannabis program officially launched with the opening of eight dispensaries.
More than 1,000 applications came in during the competitive application process.
Two initiatives on the ballot could split the pro-legalization vote.
This situation in Illinois is the rare enforcement of an otherwise loosely implemented federal policy.
The most common condition among medical cannabis patients in the U.S. is pain.
Washington, Oregon, and Colorado do not permit cannabis consumption at shops.
The bill will allow critically ill patients early access to medical marijuana and provide some protections.
Up to 25 dispensaries will be open by the end of the year.
Cannabis isn't coming to the Midwest--at least not yet.
Colorado can now spend $66.1 million in tax revenue from the sale of cannabis for recreational use.
Oregon will be the next state to offer lessons about how the legalization experiment unfolds on the ground.
Public spaces for cannabis consumption could be coming to a Colorado city.
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