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Oregon Senate Approves Plan to Shield Cannabis Consumer Info From Feds

A proposal to shield names, birthdates, driver's license numbers and other identifying information cleared its first major hurdle amid fears of a federal crackdown.

Cannabis Club Showdown Looms Between Colorado Governor, Lawmakers

Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper told reporters recently that he opposes the cannabis club bill if it allows indoor smoking.

Advocates to MA Lawmakers: Don’t Amend Cannabis Law Just Yet

Backers of legal cannabis urged Massachusetts legislators to hold off, at least for now, on making any changes to a law voters approved in November.

California’s Great Cannabis Unbanning

How (and why) the state's conservative bastions are learning to stop worrying and accept the cannabis industry.

Group Urges MA Lawmakers to Hold off on Cannabis Law Changes

The group behind a ballot initiative that legalized recreational cannabis in Massachusetts is now urging state legislators to keep the new law intact.

Colorado House Approves 16-Plant Homegrow Limit, End to Co-Ops

The nation's most generous grow-your-own laws are closer to being curbed in Colorado.

Legalization Catches Eye of Connecticut Legislature

Despite growing enthusiasm, it's questionable whether any of the state's adult-use bills will ultimately survive this session.

Trump FDA, US Attorney Moves Could Shift Cannabis Landscape

President Donald Trump sent rumbles through the cannabis world with a pair of moves made late Friday.

Yes, Jeff Sessions Could Use RICO. No, It Wouldn’t End Legal Cannabis

Trying to topple a multibillion-dollar industry wouldn't be quite so simple.

Los Angeles Sheriff Thinks Feds May Target Legal Cannabis

Sheriff Jim McDonnell says it's likely there will be federal raids targeting the cannabis industry in California.

MA Speaker: Use Cannabis Taxes to Help Fight Opioid Addiction

A Democratic lawmaker who opposed legalization now wants to use tax revenue from legal cannabis sales to help fund the state's opioid crisis.

Oregon Lawmakers Push to Protect Consumer Info From the Feds

A bipartisan group of lawmakers is rushing to protect the personal information of cannabis customers in case federal agents try to seize it.

Cannabis Is Producing Jobs, Revenue in States Where It’s Legal

The states that have legalized recreational marijuana — a multibillion-dollar business — don't want to hear the federal government talk about a crackdown.

State of the Leaf: House Republican Wants to Deschedule Cannabis

A House GOP wants to deschedule cannabis, California is trying to protect the industry, and Denmark residents overwhelmingly support medical marijuana.

Mass. Panel Aims to Strike Balance on Cannabis Taxes

The goal, one lawmaker said, is to set a tax rate that would provide safe access to cannabis and "kill" the underground market.

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