Recreational Marijuana

Voters on both sides of the state line will have the chance to decide whether recreational marijuana use should be legal for people 21 and over this November. On June 28, California Secretary of State Alex Padilla announced the Adult Use of Marijuana Act had qualified for the Nov. 8 ballot as Proposition 64. The […]

Dispensaries in Washington state have sold more than $1 billion worth of recreational marijuana since weed was legalized in 2014, a Seattle newspaper reported. Pot shops have sold over $1 billion worth of non-medicinal marijuana since July 2014, in turn generating more than $250 million for Washington state through excise taxes, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported […]

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.– (Via FOX16) The group behind a second medical marijuana ballot initiative submitted their signatures on Friday, but an initiative to legalize recreational pot did not get enough signatures by the deadline, officials say.  Signatures for the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Amendment are now being verified by the Arkansas Secretary of State’s office.  A […]

Proponents of legalizing marijuana for recreational use by adults 21 and older in Arizona have filed their nominating petitions, and the debate over it is charged. Arizona Week explores the pros and cons of the issue on Friday’s program. Petitions were filed before Thursday’s deadline for the proposal, called the Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana […]

Proponents of legalizing marijuana for recreational use by adults 21 and older in Arizona have filed their nominating petitions, and the debate over it is charged. Arizona Week explores the pros and cons of the issue on Friday’s program. Petitions were filed before Thursday’s deadline for the proposal, called the Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana […]

Over the last year, the Washington state marijuana industry has anticipated the transition from an unregulated medical marijuana market to an integrated, medical-recreational market on July 1, 2016, under the Cannabis Patient Protection Act. A month before the roll-out date, a medical doctor and marijuana patient sued the governor and others to block the merger.1 […]

Skilled recreational cultivators and their bountiful harvests put downward pressure on Colorado’s recreational marijuana prices. Calling it a predictable “supply glut,” MBD reported the price of Colorado’s chronic took a major hit this year, with prices falling between January and June. Wholesale marijuana prices have dipped by nearly one-third since the beginning of 2016. “It is an […]