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Hawaii Says It’s 1st State to Go Cashless for Cannabis Sales

Hawaii said Tuesday that it will be the first state to require marijuana sales to be handled without cash, saying it wanted to avoid robberies and other crimes targeting dispensaries.

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.

First Medical Cannabis Dispensary Opening in Hawaii

Dispensary sales of medical marijuana in Hawaii are beginning after patients waited 17 years for a legal way to purchase the drug.

Hawaii Allows First Lab to Begin Testing Medical Marijuana

Hawaii approved its first laboratory to begin testing samples of medical marijuana 17 years after use of the drug was legalized in the state.

Hawaii Cannabis Patients Wait Through Medical Marijuana Delays

Medical marijuana dispensaries are beginning to open in Hawaii, but they’re not allowed to sell their products.

Cannabis Legislation 2017: We’re Tracking All Legalization Bills

Is your state considering changes to its cannabis laws? It's legislature season, and we're watching all the states in play.

The 2nd Annual Hawaii Cannabis Expo

HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii said Tuesday that it will be the first state to require marijuana sales to be handled without cash, saying it wanted…

Hawaii Gives Medical Dispensaries the Green Light to Grow

Hawaii has announced it will allow medical marijuana dispensaries to begin growing cannabis as early as Feb. 1, which comes after several months of delays.

‘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.

State of the Leaf: Maryland Lawmaker Wants a Piece of MMJ Program He Helped Pass

Arizona advocates are fighting to keep a legalization measure on the ballot, Hawaii dispensaries are in a holding pattern, and Uruguay just crowned its cannabis champions.

Hawaii Cannabis Dispensaries Can Legally Open, but None Are Ready

One big hurdle is the state hasn't certified a lab to test the dispensaries' products.

State of the Leaf: With Legalization on Horizon, California Turns to Water Restrictions

Cannabis advocates and opponents are waging campaign battles across the country, Hawaii allows nurses to recommend MMJ, and Maine tables cannabis as a treatment for opioid addiction.

Hawaii Law Lets Nurses Certify Medical Cannabis Patients

Gov. David Ige signed a bill Monday, facing a shortage of doctors willing to certify patients.

State of the Leaf: Hawaii Misses Dispensary Launch, and Washington MMJ Shift Sparks Alarm

Illinois expands its MMJ program, New York patients' slim options get even slimmer, and how exactly will Alaska get cannabis to consumers?

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