Medical Marijuana

By Robert BarbozaMiddleboro Gazette LAKEVILLE — Nature’s Remedy co-founder Robert Carr received a warm reception from the Planning Board when he reported that the community’s first medical marijuana cultivation site has passed all of the required state and local inspections and is ready to sow its first crop at 310 Kenneth Welch Drive. The state Department […]

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RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA TV) – As 2018 comes to a close people are preparing for the next legislative session. New Approach South Dakota is one group with plans to present a new bill to allow medical marijuana in South Dakota. The group holds monthly meetings to discuss what they are working on and future […]

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A new administration under Gov.-elect Ron DeSantis could bring a sharp turnaround in how Florida officials approach the state’s highly regulated medical marijuana industry(Photo: AP) TALLAHASSEE — The advent of a new administration with Gov.-elect Ron DeSantis at the helm could bring a sharp turnaround in how Florida officials approach the state’s highly regulated medical […]

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MAYO — The Lafayette County Board of County Commissioners had the first reading of an ordinance banning medical marijuana dispensaries in the county at its Nov. 26 meeting. The ordinance, if passed, will prohibit medical marijuana dispensing facilities within Commercial, Neighborhood (CN) Zoning District; Commercial, General (CG) Zoning District; and Commercial, Intensive (CI) Zoning District. […]

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BALTIMORE — Maryland’s medical marijuana industry brought in $96.3 million during its first year of operation. The Baltimore Sun reports that between 250 and 350 people a day are applying to be certified by the state to buy medical marijuana. There were nearly 52,000 patients who bought 730,000 individual products from dozens of licensed stores […]

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NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y.  — A 78-year-old man who relies on medical marijuana for back pain finds himself homeless after being evicted from federally subsidized housing in a case complicated by conflicting state and federal marijuana rules. John Flickner was staying at a Niagara Falls shelter Thursday, after an hourslong eviction ordeal Tuesday that ended with […]

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Bartlesville City Council unanimously approved an amended city ordinance earlier last week adding language to specifically regulate commercial medical marijuana growers, processors and researchers — prompting some city councilors to question whether or not the ordinance would stand up to a court challenge. The amended ordinance would permit commercial marijuana growers, processors and researchers within […]

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Missouri’s Amendment 2, which Missouri voters approved on Election Day, legalized medical marijuana use for qualifying patients. The change raises questions about how this development will affect Kansas City workplaces. Here are answers to some of the most common questions Missouri employers may have about this new reality. What is Amendment 2? Amendment 2 makes […]

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The state Department of Health has named two companies to manufacture medical marijuana in North Dakota and selected four businesses to open dispensaries in Fargo, Bismarck, Williston and Grand Forks. Former UND hockey and NHL player David Hale and business partner Jon O’Keefe will open the Grand Forks location under the name Strive Life. “We’re […]

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