Recreational Marijuana

Kathryn Gallerani kgallerani@wickedlocal.com @kgallreporter KINGSTON – Recreational marijuana establishments will be allowed in Kingston after Town Meeting voters twice rejected proposals to ban them. Also, the penalty for marijuana use in all public places in Kingston will be the same as the penalty for public consumption of alcohol. Amending the town’s general bylaws would have […]

Legalized recreational marijuana is one small step closer to appearing on Ohio ballots in 2019. The Ohio Ballot Board certified a proposed constitutional amendment Thursday, according to Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted’s office. The amendment was previously certified earlier this month by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine. Ohio Families for Change is behind the […]

By League of Women Voters of Brooklinebrookline@wickedlocal.com In November 2016, Brookline residents voted (60 percent in favor) to legalize recreational marijuana, including retail sales, manufacturing, cultivation and lab testing. Cities and towns are developing local criteria for recreational marijuana in compliance with state law, regulations and oversight by the Cannabis Control Commission. The state law […]

By League of Women Voters of Brooklinebrookline@wickedlocal.com In November 2016, Brookline residents voted (60 percent in favor) to legalize recreational marijuana, including retail sales, manufacturing, cultivation and lab testing. Cities and towns are developing local criteria for recreational marijuana in compliance with state law, regulations and oversight by the Cannabis Control Commission. The state law […]

Follow KDKA-TV: Facebook | Twitter PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says he supports the use of recreational marijuana. On Friday, the mayor tweeted, “I fully support Auditor General DePasquale’s plan to legalize, regulate, [and] tax marijuana in Pennsylvania. More importantly, so do a majority of Pennsylvanians.” I fully support Auditor General DePasquale’s Plan […]

Four cannabis companies are combining to create a new company, TILT, that will produce and deliver marijuana. As more states allow recreational marijuana, TILT can build infrastructure for production and distribution based on that individual market’s demand and regulations, says Alexander Coleman, the CEO of TILT. For full interview, click here. …read more at https://cheddar.com/videos/new-company-tilt-is-betting-more-states-will-make-recreational-marijuana-legal