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    Medical Cannabis Patients in Georgia Can Now Legally Purchase Their Medicine

    Georgia patients who’ve been breaking the law will soon have the legal right to purchase cannabis, including oils, they’ve already had the right to possess. This past Wednesday, Gov. Kemp signed legislation in an attempt to alleviate the situation. He called the new legislation a carefully crafted and balanced measure that will expand access for […]

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      Multiple Cannabis-Related Bills Advance Through Texas Legislature

      Alabama, Hawaii, and Missouri committees have advanced bills to decriminalize cannabis. The Gov. of New Mexico has also signed cannabis decriminalization into law. And by all appearances, Texas may be the next state to join the ranks of decriminalization. On Wednesday the Texas House committee approved a cannabis bill to expand the medical marijuana program […]

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        Code Violations Cost California Cultivator’s Permit

        On the Central Coast of California, a large cannabis cultivation op finds itself on the verge of disaster as county supervisors recently decided to revoke their business permit. The situation, as unfortunate as it is for the company, goes a long way in making an example of how cannabis businesses in the state must show […]

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          Los Angeles Targeting Illegal Cannabis Operators with Lawsuits and Fines

          The City of Los Angeles Attorney’s office has announced its plan to crack down on cannabis businesses which are operating illegally. They have already made an example of one South L.A. operator and many of its associates. Legal cannabis businesses in the state will take notice of these actions, no doubt. Those being targeted by […]

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            Tax Time in California Still Makes Cannabis Growers Anxious

            California is still struggling to come up with a more efficient way to collect taxes from its legal cannabis industry. Its been three years since the legalization of recreational cannabis, and over two decades since the legalization of medical cannabis. On tax day, you can almost hear the anxiety in the air as taxpayers line […]

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              Connecticut Moves One Step Closer to Cannabis Legalization

              Connecticut recently received some big news in regards to cannabis legalization in the form of legislation for adult-use and retail sales concerning cannabis. The bill has been passed through the General Law Committee with a 10-8 majority vote. Furthermore, the legislation also includes strong language in regards to social justice concerning incentives for minorities participating […]

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                Legal Cannabis in Texas? It Could Happen Sooner Than You Think

                Texas legislators are pushing for the decriminalization of cannabis. An odd-ball trio of Texas legislators has allied in order to better organize their efforts to abolish current cannabis laws in the state. Joe Moody, Democratic rep from El Paso, is the main author a new bill, House Bill 63. Mark Gonzalez, the District Attorney of […]

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                  Licensing Woes Could Spell Doom for California’s Cannabis Market

                  As in so many other areas of culture and life, many Americans concerned with or interested in the legalization of cannabis were looking to California to show them the way. Sure other states legalized recreational weed first, but everyone expected a lot of glitches and growing pains in those states. They expected California to get […]

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                    New Jersey Legislature Could Approve Legal Weed in March

                    Hours of deliberations recently ended with two New Jersey legislative committees advancing a cannabis legalization bill on to the next steps towards for legalization in the state. A full vote by the highest level of state Legislature is scheduled for the last week of March. If the bill is passed the last requirement needed for […]

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                      The Cannabis Bill That Might Actually Get Passed This Year

                      Six hundred break-ins occurred at cannabis dispensaries in the city of Denver, Colorado, within the first three years of recreational cannabis legalization due to the large amounts of cash kept on hand. The reason for so much cash? Even though cannabis is fully legal, locally, there are still many blockades in the way of cannabis-related […]

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