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Ohio Picks 11 Smaller Growers for Medical Marijuana Program

Ohio has chosen its first 11 growers for its medical marijuana program, but it could be months before they can start their first crop.

Michigan Reverses Stance, Will Let Marijuana Shops Stay Open

Patients and others had expressed outrage that businesses would be forced to close for months while awaiting a license.

Finding the ‘Green Zone’: How Specialty Realtors Are Cashing in on Cannabis

As California creeps closer to legalization, a commercial land grab has led to soaring lease and sale prices.

Baltimore Preps for First Batch of Dispensaries

Residents are looking for answers as Maryland finally readies to begin serving patients through 102 planned dispensaries.

Medical Marijuana Grower Gets Green Light in Pennsylvania

A licensed grower and processor of medical marijuana in northwestern Pennsylvania became the first with the state's approval to begin planting seeds.

Arkansas: Pulaski, Jefferson Counties Top Medical Cannabis Applications

The state's Medical Marijuana Commission received 95 applications for cultivation sites and will select no more than five. There are 227 applications for dispensaries.

Michigan Update: Mad Dash for Licenses, NMU Launches Cannabis Program

Michigan officials are gearing up for a mad rush on Dec. 15, the first day cannabis business-license applications become available in the state.

Judge Says Maryland Marijuana Lawsuit Can Go to Trial

A judge has ruled that a lawsuit that could disrupt Maryland's fledgling medical cannabis industry can go to trial.

California Unveils Temporary Licenses to Allow Early 2018 Retail Sales

With the launch of the adult-use market just 101 days away, regulators will issue temporary licenses aimed at ensuring a smooth start.

High Number of Applicants for Arkansas Medical Marijuana

Would-be growers and distributors of Arkansas' initial medical marijuana crop flooded a state office building Monday, turning in thousands of pages of paperwork and handing over thousands of dollars in application fees.

Michigan to MMJ Dispensaries: Close by Dec. 15 or Risk Licensure

The decision means registered patients will have to grow their own cannabis or obtain it from caregivers until the state issues the licenses, likely in the first quarter of next year.

After Weeks of Waiting, Arkansas Receives MMJ Dispensary Applications

After opening the door for applications to grow and dispense cannabis on June 30, the state didn’t receive a single one for a month and a half.

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.

San Diego Sets Sights on Illegal Delivery Services

After a year and a half of going after unlicensed cannabis dispensaries, San Diego authorities are stepping up enforcement against illegal delivery services.

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.

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