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State of the Leaf: Irish Like a Bit o’ Green, and Can Cannabis Save Atlantic City?

Colorado sees record sales, three legalization petitions vie for primacy in Arkansas, and a cannabis advocate in Hawaii makes an unusual argument in court.

Public Cannabis Consumption Laws: A State-By-State Guide

Learn the public cannabis consumption laws and penalties for your state with our useful guide outlining the regulations for legal markets.

Home Cannabis Cultivation & Possession Laws: A State-by-State Guide

We put together a helpful guide outlining the home cultivation status for states that have legalized some form of cannabis.

State of the Leaf: Germany Could Legalize Medical Marijuana and Iceland Loves Its Cannabis

Germany is looking at a medical push, Iceland has some of the highest cannabis consumption rates in the world, and Scottish leaders are reconsidering medical marijuana.

The Shake: Turns Out Baby Boomers Love Cannabis. Vermont, Not So Much.

Oregon issues the first adult-use licenses, Colorado sees yet another recall, and a new study says legalization doesn't make cannabis any easier for teens to obtain.

Hawaii Rejects Woody Harrelson’s Dispensary Bid, Grants 8 Others

The actor was among nearly 60 Hawaii residents who applied in January to open the state's first dispensaries, which can open as soon as July 15.

Hawaii Lawmakers Mull Bill to Clarify Medical Cannabis Rules

With less than a week before Hawaii is scheduled to announce the names of the state's first medical marijuana dispensary owners, lawmakers are considering a bill to clarify gaps in last year's dispensary law.

Court: Native American Church Not Excused From Cannabis Laws

A federal court has ruled that a church for Native Americans in Hawaii should not be excused from federal marijuana laws despite the group's claim that ingesting cannabis is part of their sacred sacrament.

State of the Leaf: D.C. Preps for Pre-420 Smokeout, and Hawaii Wants More DUI Data

A clash between Georgia lawmakers sheds light on medical marijuana in the South, Hawaii debates cannabis DUIs, Virginia could get a chance at cannabis oil production, and both Rhode Island and Jamaica are trying to find a way to profit from cultivation. Oh, and people are smoking on the White House lawn this Friday.

The Shake: Cannabaristas, Helping the Homeless, and CBD Oil Massages

All eyes are on U.S. cannabis policy in advance of a special United Nations summit, Israeli companies are drawing American investments, and a man is rewarded for being punched repeatedly in the face.

State of the Leaf: Hawaii May Decriminalize Drugs, Newsom Has a Cali Crush on Legalization

Hawaii considers legislation that could decriminalize all drugs, and Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom has signed on in support of California's Adult Use of Marijuana Act.

Leafly’s State-by-State Guide to Cannabis Testing Regulations

Leafly's comprehensive state-by-state guide to medical marijuana testing regulations

The State of the Leaf: Maine Falls Short and Washington Sets Hemp Free

In the latest State of the Leaf, Maine’s legalization bid failed to make the ballot, Washington welcomes industrial hemp, and Michigan and Rhode Island try to legalize.

The Shake: Ohio’s Second-Try Initiative Drops Tuesday, Texas Likes MMJ Despite Media Scare Story

Ohio's recreational initiative drops out in favor of medical legalization and Texans support medical cannabis despite media fear tactics.

Emerging Markets Update: New York Might Double Dispensaries

A look at what’s happening this week in states breaking into the medical and recreational cannabis scenes.