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PTSD Patients Can Now Buy Minnesota’s Medical Marijuana

Tuesday brought the latest expansion of the state's medical marijuana program that launched in July 2015.

Midwest’s Cross-Border MMJ Proposal Is ‘Absolute Lunacy,’ Poses Nationwide Threat

An unusual proposal aimed at speeding access to medical cannabis could ultimately land patients in jail—and put medical programs in 29 states at risk.

Minnesota Medical Cannabis Providers Run $11M in Red

Minnesota's two licensed medical marijuana manufacturers have lost a combined $11 million in just two years of sales, according to the Associated Press.

Iowa Looks to Team With Minnesota for Medical Cannabis

Lawmakers are trying to work out a system allowing Iowa residents to buy cannabis oil in Minnesota, a novel system that could raise issues with the feds.

State of the Leaf: Texas Decriminalization Measure Moves Ahead, MMJ Stalls in SC

State of the Leaf is Leafly’s weekly roundup of legalization news from around the nation and the world.

State of the Leaf: South Africa Approves MMJ Production

A congressional bill could shield state-legal marijuana businesses, Australia eases import rules, and Colorado gets a cannabis drive-through.

State of the Leaf: Oregon Weighs Cannabis Protections for Workers on Days Off

Minnesota eyes long-shot bid for legalization, Vermont lawmakers sign adult-use petition, and North Dakota advocates gear up for a fight.

Former Industry Officials in Minnesota Face Felony Charges for Illegal Shipment

Prosecutors in Minnesota filed felony charges against former officials from a state-licensed MMJ manufacturer for allegedly shipping cannabis oil to a facility in New York.

State of the Leaf: Arkansas Lawmakers Aim to Gut MMJ Program

New York eyes full legalization, Maryland is drafting a constitutional amendment to legalize, and Minnesota's MMJ program is low on cash.

State of the Leaf: Minnesota OKs Cannabis to Treat PTSD

This week: Colorado plans crackdown on homegrow, Montana dispensaries could re-open immediately, and California testing rules could change everything.

State of the Leaf: The Election That Changed America

Eight of nine US states considering cannabis legalization measures passed those laws on Tuesday, ushering in a new chapter for American cannabis.

State of the Leaf: Will Anti-Cannabis Chris Christie OK Medical Marijuana for PTSD?

Illinois expands qualifying conditions and hits new sales record, New Mexico still fumbling with patient delays, and and a Japanese MMJ advocate dies while awaiting trial.

Minnesota Opens Sales of Medical Marijuana for Pain

Expanding the list of qualifying conditions to include intractable pain marks a critical juncture in the year-old program, which is among the most restrictive in the country.

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?

More Minnesota Dispensaries to Open on Anniversary of State’s Medical Market

Minnesota's final two medical marijuana dispensaries are set to open Friday, bringing all eight clinics online ahead of a critical expansion that could bring thousands more patients into the program.

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