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California’s Legal Cannabis Countdown: What’s Coming by Jan. 1

Don't count on being able to stroll into your local dispensary on New Year's Day to celebrate with an infused cookie or a joint.

Maryland Companies to Study Medical Marijuana Vaping

Two companies have formed a partnership to study how well vapor-inhalation devices work for patients.

Charges Reinstated in Michigan Medical Marijuana Case

The Michigan appeals court reinstated charges against a man accused of running illegal dispensaries in the state's Thumb region.

Boston Man Says Offensive Comments Misconstrued

The comments shocked both opponents and supporters of the proposed dispensary in a high-end shopping district.

Karl-Anthony Towns: Time for NBA to Allow Medical Cannabis

Towns told reporters that his experiences working with autistic children and his research into medical cannabis have helped shape his belief.

Wisconsin Governor Candidate Favors Legalizing Cannabis

There have been small signs of movement in the Legislature. A bipartisan bill introduced this year would have loosened penalties for possessing cannabis.

Recreational Marijuana Rules Rile Cannabis-Friendly San Francisco

Writing local rules in the cannabis-friendly city has taken a contentious turn as critics try to restrict where products can be sold.

Maryland May See Medical Cannabis This Month, but Diversity Issues Loom Large

Racial diversity in the state's medical marijuana industry is wanting, Some lawmakers said they are planning to introduce a bill early next session to grant licenses to African-American business owners.

Maryland Medical Marijuana Panel Director Resigning

Patrick Jameson says it's been an honor to help sick people and launch a new lucrative industry in Maryland. He says the time has come for him to pursue other interests.

Over 3,800 Sign up for Medical Marijuana in Pennsylvania

Gov. Tom Wolf says more than 200 caregivers have also registered for the program. He says the demand shows the "need for this vital medication."

Indiana Prosecutors Insist Cannabis ‘Is Not Medicine’

The prosecutors' claims are at odds with scientific studies that have found marijuana can treat chronic pain and ease nausea from chemotherapy.

California Proposes Armored Cars to Transport Cannabis Tax Money

The armored car tax collection solution came about amid fears that operators carrying large bags of cash could be targets for theft.

Wanted: New Massachusetts Marijuana Inspector

Massachusetts is looking for an inspector for the state's newest crop: cannabis.

In North Dakota, Usable Medical Marijuana Still a Year Away

Some worry the delay could force patients to choose between suffering and getting medical marijuana on the black market.

Sticker Shock Coming With California’s New Cannabis Market

California's cannabis market is coming with new costs that could influence where it's grown, how infused edibles are produced, and the price of just about everything.

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