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New Jersey’s Medical Cannabis Program to Double to 12 Dispensaries

The state of nine million might get a whole 12 dispensaries. Sad!

Oklahoma’s New Medical Marijuana Rules Kneecap Voter-Approved Law

The new rules ban the sale of smokable cannabis, limit the potency of products such as concentrates, and require a pharmacist at every dispensary.

What’s Lurking In California Bud?

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey is seeking to double its number of medical marijuana dispensaries, Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday. Murphy said in a…

Key Facts From the Canadian Cannabis Act’s 400 Pages of Regulations

From approval of outdoor grow-ops to the creation of a new class of “cannabis pharmaceuticals,” here are the key facts from the Cannabis Act's 400 pages of regulations.

Mango Haze, World Cup, and Independence Day — This Is #MondayMotivation

Look out for World Cup, Marvel's new "Ant-Man" film, July 4 fireworks, and much more in Leafly's Monday radar report.

Here’s Where to Find California’s July 1 Blowout Deals

California retailers have until July 1 to purge their inventories of everything not compliant with new state testing and packaging standards. Here's where you can take advantage of the liquidation.

What’s Legal With Cannabis on July 1 in Massachusetts and Vermont

We're still waiting for Massachusetts stores to open, but Vermont and Bay State residents can pack super legal bowls starting Sunday.

Is FDA-Approved Cannabidiol a Blessing or Curse?

As the marijuana molecule cannabidiol nears FDA-approval, parents who for years have used cannabis to treat severe forms of epilepsy in their children are feeling more cautious than celebratory.

Is Massachusetts Fumbling Its July 1 Legalization Launch?

Massachusetts is on track to miss its July 1 legalization launch day due to local and state red tape and foot-dragging.

Stock Up Now, California. A Lot of Cannabis Is About to Disappear From Stores

California consumers are encountering steep discounts this June of 30 to 90 percent at recreational cannabis stores in the run-up to a July 1 deadline for non-compliant products to be purged from retail shelves.

FAQ: What the STATES Act Would Do, and Why It’s a Game-Changer

This historic bill could end federal prohibition. Here's everything you need to know.

Pennsylvania to Make Whole-Plant Cannabis Flower Available to Patients

The move is expected to lower costs and improve patient access. Cannabis designed to be smoked, however, would still be illegal.

New Rules Have Montana Marijuana Providers Testing, Labeling

New regulations cover everything from employee ID badges to pesticide testing. They first changes take effect this week.

Landlord Sues San Bernardino Over Cannabis Regulations

A woman who claims to be California's largest landlord of cannabis businesses sued the city of San Bernardino to overturn an ordinance that could bar her from the industry.

Oscar Winners Light Up, Speak Out: The Week in Cannabis Quotes

From out-and-proud Oscar winners to progressive southern Democrats, here are the week's most notable cannabis quotables.

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