Articles tagged with "native americans"
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Indigenous tribes are surging ahead of New York’s legal cannabis marketCalvin Stovall - Published on November 7, 2022Read more
Indigenous-owned dispensaries are booming throughout the state. Here’s how tribes statewide are claiming stake in New York’s next big industry.
Nevada’s first cannabis tasting room is set to openChris Kudialis - Published on October 3, 2019Read more
Nevada’s state lawmakers say cannabis lounges can’t open until 2021. But with a site on tribal land, one operator isn’t waiting.
Tribes Cut out of California Cannabis Market Might Grow Their OwnThe Associated Press - Published on February 26, 2018Read more
Tribes floated the idea of setting up farms and retail sales on reservations after concluding that state rules would strip them of their right to self-governance.
The Shake: Cool Companies, Woody Wants InBruce Barcott - Published on February 8, 2016Read more
Today’s cannabis news worth knowing: Illinois employers pledge to support medical marijuana, Woody Harrelson wants a Hawaii dispensary, and more.
Report from the Front: The Trouble with Cannabis in Indian CountryBruce Barcott - Published on November 18, 2015Read more
Leafly traveled to Flandreau, South Dakota, to find out why the Santee Sioux tribe burned the crop intended for the world’s first cannabis resort.
The Leafly Legalization Roundup: Guess Which Plant Drug Cartels Are Growing Instead of Cannabis?Lisa Rough - Published on June 22, 2015Read more
In this week’s roundup, we learn that the U.S.’s cannabis is so high-quality that drug cartels not only prefer our crops, they’ve also turned to subsidizing tomatoes to make ends meet.
D.C. and Alaska Officially Legalize: The Leafly Cannabis Legalization UpdateLisa Rough - Published on March 9, 2015Read more
The last two weeks brought us legislative updates full of monumental moments for cannabis, including Alaska and Washington, D.C. officially legalizing recreational cannabis.