August 2018

Michigan residents would have access to generous amounts of recreational marijuana compared to most other states where it has been legalized, should voters pass a ballot initiative Nov. 6.  “Michigan would be on par with Maine,” said Mason Tvert, spokesman for the national Marijuana Policy Project. What’s proposed in Michigan: people 21 and over could […]

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SEATTLE, Aug. 14, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CFN Media Group (“CFN Media”), the leading agency and financial media network dedicated to the North American cannabis industry, announces publication of an article covering Sproutly Canada, Inc.’s (CSE: SPR) recent acquisition of Infusion Biosciences Canada and its water-soluble cannabinoid technology. The company has discovered naturally occurring versions of cannabinoids, […]

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DENVER, Aug. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — CBx Sciences, a CBx Enterprises brand, today announced the availability of its new Gems product line. Based on proven pharmaceutical delivery technology formulated by CBx Sciences Chief Scientist, Noel Palmer, Ph.D., Gems are small, discreet, lightly flavored lozenges that transmucosally deliver doses of potent cannabinoids, terpenes and complementary botanicals. […]

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Gardiner officials are scheduled to consider on Wednesday whether to enact a temporary ban on allowing additional medical marijuana caregiver shops in the city. “These places are springing up, and we’re trying to get a handle on the best way to regulate them,” Gardiner Mayor Thom Harnett said Monday. “This is an emergency proposal that’s […]

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A state board has approved 16 medical marijuana licenses. Licenses have been approved at all stages of the medical marijuana system– from dispensaries to testing labs. But there’s been some concern about having enough pot shops open for patients. Starting September 15th, any dispensary that doesn’t have a license will have to close. David Harns […]

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TORONTO (Reuters) – Ontario’s newly elected conservative government said on Monday it will delay the start date of recreational marijuana sales in the province and will allow private retailers to sell cannabis rather than government-run stores. Ontario will allow private retailers to sell recreational marijuana starting on April 1, officials from the province’s Progressive Conservative […]

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AMHERST — A dozen companies have expressed interest in opening recreational marijuana stores in town, according to a letter written last week by the town’s marijuana liaison. According to the Aug. 9 memo by Geoff Kravitz, Amherst’s economic development director, a total of 23 marijuana-related businesses have chosen Amherst as a potential location. In addition to the stores, the figure includes seven cultivators, […]

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A medical marijuana business plans to build a headquarters for its state operations in southern Michigan. The Battle Creek Enquirer reports Michigan Pure Med plans to break ground this fall on a growing and processing center in Marshall that in five years is expected to employ about 400 people. Joe Jarvis, chief operations officer of […]

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CLOSE Hazy about medical marijuana laws in Florida? TCPalm rolls out the basics for you. LISA BROADT/TCPALM Wochit Examples of different medical marijuana products a patient could purchase at a dispensary are seen Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017 at Southern Comfort Marijuana Clinic in Port St. Lucie.(Photo: HANNAH SCHWAB/TCPALM) The Escambia County School District is among […]

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