Forget cuffing season, harvest season is upon us!
Nevada's state lawmakers say cannabis lounges can't open until 2021. But with a site on tribal land, one operator isn't waiting.
State marijuana regulators have approved of a plan to slowly roll out cannabis cafes, where adults could consume in a social setting and at certain outdoor events.
A bill to legalize cannabis lounges is "100% dead," an organizer says. But voters may have the chance to weigh in next year.
A Michigan entrepreneur has opened the state’s first cannabis lounge in Genessee County, just north of Flint.
Visitors and locals now have a public place to enjoy cannabis in Denver: The Coffee Joint offers a welcoming space and community.
The lounges are required to install expensive heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems to prevent the distinct marijuana odor from leaking outside.
The business plans to charge an entry fee to the bring-your-own space where people can vape or consume edible cannabis products.
Social consumption has been a matter of discussion in nearly every legal state, but the Massachusetts proposal would go further than what others have allowed.