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Long Lines, $1.30 Grams Mark Uruguay’s Legal Cannabis Debut

Pharmacies began dispensing medical cannabis to registered patients on Wednesday. It's available, but it's weak: 2% THC. Hey, it's a start.

Colorado Will Ban Cannabis Gummy Bears

Sponsors say that gummy bears, gummy worms and chewy candies shaped like fruits are too attractive to children.

Denver Shuts Down 26 Legal Cannabis Businesses, Makes Arrests

The city's order shuttered 26 retail stores and other marijuana growing facilities operating under the name Sweet Leaf. Police investigation focused on eight locations licensed by the company.

10 Things to Know About Florida’s Medical Marijuana Bill

The Florida Legislature on Friday finally approved a bill establishing a framework for the state's constitutional amendment expanding medical marijuana.

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.

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Massachusetts’ 3rd Shop to Open, Connecticut OKs 9 More Dispensaries

The third adult-use cannabis store in Massachusetts is set to open this weekend in Salem, and Connecticut's new MMJ approvals will double the state's dispensaries.

New Zealand Law to Make Medical Marijuana Widely Available

New Zealand passed a law Tuesday that will make medical cannabis available for thousands of patients over time—and immediately remove penalties for the terminally ill.

Medical Marijuana Patient, 78, Evicted in Freezing Cold for Taking Medicine

LHP Capital evicted John Flickner—now living in a homeless shelter—because he chose cannabis over opioids for chronic pain.

Regulators: Cannabis Deliveries OK Throughout California

The matter has been one of the most debated issues as state regulators hammer out permanent rules for how marijuana is grown, tested, packaged and delivered.

Utah Groups Sue to Block Medical Marijuana Compromise

Advocacy groups in Utah are suing to block a compromise legalizing medical cannabis, accusing the Mormon church of unconstitutional domination and interference.

Denver Officials Want to Erase Low-Level Cannabis Offenses

City officials are still working on a plan to review the low-level convictions deemed eligible, an estimated 10,000 convictions between 2001 and 2013.

Utah Medical Marijuana Sales Not Expected Until 2020

Patients with doctor recommendations can now use cannabis legally, but legal sales are still more than a year away.

Boulder Moves to Cancel out Past Cannabis Convictions

Boulder County Assistant District Attorney Ken Kupfner said it was a matter of "fundamental fairness" given that possession of marijuana is no longer illegal.

Utah Lawmakers Advance Medical Marijuana Compromise

Changes include blocking some edibles, preventing patients from growing at home, and narrowing the list of eligible medical conditions.

Utah Lawmakers to Meet Monday to Alter Cannabis Ballot Measure

Utah state lawmakers will meet Monday morning in a special session of the Legislature to make changes to a medical marijuana law passed by voters.

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