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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.

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.

Heavy Interest in North Dakota Medical Marijuana Network

“I'm pretty sure we're going to have the ability to have a dispensary in each part of the state,” said the director of the Health Department's medical marijuana division.

Some Nevada Cannabis Retailers ‘Running on Fumes’

Most of Nevada's cannabis retailers are optimistic an emergency regulation will help keep them from running out of product, but some are "running on fumes."

Nevada Officials to Consider Emergency Rule on Cannabis Distribution

"We are now informed that many [dispensaries] have only days or weeks of product to be sold," says the chief of staff for Gov. Brian Sandoval.

Nevada Cannabis Ruling May Delay July 1 Start Date

A judge in Carson City ruled that the state hasn't followed the rules of its legalization initiative. Stores open July 1? Maybe not.

Massachusetts Tobacco Wholesalers Want a Piece of the Cannabis Pie

The tobacco industry in Massachusetts is trying to get a piece of what’s expected to be a lucrative state cannabis market.

California Cannabis Farmers Insist on Driving Their Own Trucks; Here’s Why

Craft cannabis companies say distribution control is critical to their success. The Teamsters disagree.

‘Security Cows’ Will Guard This Hawaiian Cannabis Farm

Farmer Richard Ha is going beyond the security measures mandated by the state. He’s hired cows. Security cows.