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Nevada Tax Panel Makes Key Decision on Transporting Cannabis

The state Tax Commission voted unanimously to uphold an earlier decision to expand licensing to those other than liquor distributors because they have been unable to keep up with demand.

Colorado to Sessions: Cannabis Industry Working, Can Do Better

Colorado's legal marijuana industry is working — and can work better with federal collaboration, the state's governor and Republican attorney general told U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Deputies Kill Northern California Illegal Marijuana Grower

Northern California authorities have shot and killed an illegal marijuana grower they say confronted sheriff's deputies with a gun.

Senator Named to Massachusetts Regulatory Post Opposed Legal Cannabis

Sen. Jennifer Flanagan, who opposed last year's cannabis legalization initiative, is the first appointee to the five-member Cannabis Control Commission.

Nevada Gaming Commission to Discuss Cannabis and Casinos

The Nevada Gaming Commission hopes to address the problems the state's legalization of recreational marijuana present during an upcoming special meeting.

Denver to Start Licensing First Cannabis Clubs, but Few May Apply

Denver is on the brink of licensing some of the nation's first legal cannabis clubs, but elaborate regulatory hurdles may mean the city gets few takers for the new licenses.

Ohio Picks 2 Vendors to Ramp up Medical Marijuana System

A pair of vendors has been selected to develop Ohio's seed-to-sale, medical marijuana tracking system and its online licensing system.

Nevada Judge Clears Way for More Cannabis Licenses

A Nevada judge has cleared the way for the state's marijuana regulators to start issuing cannabis distribution licenses to businesses other than existing alcohol wholesalers.

Governors of 2 Cannabis States Push Back on Trump Administration

Governors in at least two states that have legalized recreational marijuana are pushing back against the Trump administration and defending their efforts to regulate the industry.

Hawaii Braces for Surge in Medical Cannabis Patients

The Hawaii Department of Health is preparing for an upswing of patients signing up for the state's medical cannabis registry, as two dispensaries in the state are officially open for business.

Maui’s Newly Opened Medical Marijuana Dispensary to Close Temporarily

Less than a week after it opened, Maui's first state-licensed medical marijuana dispensary is reworking its opening hours as demand for its product outstrips supply because of a backlog.

Cannabis States Try to Curb Smuggling, Fend off Administration

Legal cannabis states are trying to clamp down on "diversion" even as U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions presses for enforcement of federal laws against marijuana.

Utah Initiative for Medical Cannabis Moves to Signature Drive

Coalition members say they're done waiting for lawmakers who rejected proposals to pass a broad medical cannabis law three years in a row.

Arkansas Has Received Zero Applications to Grow or Dispense Medical Cannabis

Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration spokesman Scott Hardin said Friday morning that the agency had received no applications to grow and distribute medical marijuana.

California Auditor Accuses Sheriff of Misusing Cannabis Fees to Fund Raids

The Calaveras County auditor says the sheriff improperly spent some of the $1 million his office made from legal cannabis fees to go after illegal operators.

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