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Fort Collins Eyes Eliminating Voter Approval for Cannabis Changes

Fort Collins is considering placing a measure on the ballot asking voters to give up their right to weigh in on changes to local cannabis regulations.

NY to Allow Use of Medical Cannabis Lozenges, Lotions, and More

Health officials announced new regulations that will permit new products, including chewable and effervescent tablets and lozenges as well as topical lotions, ointments and patches.

Washington Licensing Change Expected to Bring Frenzy of Business Activity

Washington cannabis regulators lifted a policy limiting cannabis businesses to a single production license—a change that could spark a flurry of mergers and acquisitions.

Nevada Regulators Could Scrap Home Cannabis Delivery

Home cannabis delivery has been allowed since the state's adult-use cannabis market launched July 1. But all that could change in January.

Maine Lawmakers Leave Key Cannabis Questions Unanswered

Maine lawmakers adjourned Aug. 2, leaving important questions about the state’s new adult-use cannabis program unresolved.

Massachusetts Officials Seeking Candidates for Cannabis Board

The race is on to assemble the five-member board that will oversee recreational and medical marijuana in Massachusetts.

Massachusetts Governor Names Five to Cannabis Advisory Board

Gov. Charlie Baker has picked five people to serve on a Cannabis Advisory Board that will help guide regulators enforce cannabis laws.

Officials Grapple With Limiting Cannabis Ads at Las Vegas Airport

Clark County commissioners on Tuesday discussed a proposed ordinance that would ban cannabis ads at the airport. But its language raised some concerns.

A Brief Guide to Massachusetts’ New Cannabis Law

Gov. Charlie Baker signed a sweeping cannabis bill into law, marking a milestone in a battle that began when voters approved adult-use legalization in November.

Online Portals Guide Australian Doctors Through Medical Cannabis Maze

Doctors in Australia aren’t big prescribers of medical cannabis—not yet, at least. Online portals hope to help streamline process, speeding patient access.

Massachusetts Cannabis Overhaul Could Prompt Legal Challenge

A top Senate Republican and some outside lawyers worry a key provision in the measure could be unconstitutional.

San Francisco Creates Centralized ‘Office of Cannabis’

Ahead of legal, adult-use sales kicking off next year, San Francisco has created a new office to serve as a hub for all things cannabis.

The Future of California Cannabis Depends on Rain

California will assuredly face droughts in the future. Can new water rules keep the state's multibillion-dollar cannabis industry from drying up?

Keep Canada’s Medical and Adult-Use Systems Separate, Researchers Say

As Canada works towards next year’s launch of an adult-use cannabis market, there are still some key regulatory issues to hammer out.

Public Consumption Gets Another Go in Alaska

A proposal to allow open consumption at Alaska’s retail cannabis dispensaries was narrowly rejected by state regulators in February.

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