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By Marijuana.com Staff By, Kimberley McGee Marijuana dispensaries in Las Vegas are building destination attractions in anticipation of a potential rush of marijuana tourism to the Nevada region. Now, the laws need to change to catch up to demand. That may be changing sooner than later as the city of Las Vegas is paving a path to allow […] …read more

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By Monterey Bud The Concentrate Review is the other quintessential Marijuana.com column. Today, our longtime reviewer Monterey Bud evaluates Viola’s Super Silver Haze Live Budder. A dab of Viola’s Super Silver Haze Live Budder will provide an inspired philosophical take on life. A concentrate with Sativa-like effects, Super Silver Haze is made from a source flower originally cultivated […] …read more

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By Associated Press By, Stephen Whyno CHICAGO (AP) — Deputy commissioner Bill Daly says the NHL does not expect to change its rules on marijuana with the legalization of cannabis in Canada coming on Oct. 17, 2018. Daly said in an interview with The Associated Press on Thursday that the move won’t affect the NHL/NHLPA drug-testing policy. Daly […] …read more

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By Brian Applegarth Lit History is a weekly series that celebrates cannabis history by sharing some of the long forgotten stories of weed’s contribution to culture, community, medicine, and science. Today, writer Brian Applegarth shares about cannabis pioneer and patient rights activist Mary Jane Rathbun, known as Brownie Mary, and her significant role in the cannabis legalization movement. […] …read more

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By Jon Hiltz Trade negotiations between Canada and the United States have not been going well, but good news for cannabis may emerge from the rubble heap. For starters, U.S. tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum have caused significant upheaval in the form of “dollar-for-dollar” retaliatory tariffs on the U.S. — and those issues were just the appetizer. […] …read more

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By Associated Press By, Mary Esch ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Cannabis advocates told a New York panel considering legalization that it should be affordable and accessible to everyone rather than enriching corporate producers and state tax coffers. Of about 30 people who spoke at the first of 15 “listening sessions” on legalizing recreational cannabis Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018, […] …read more

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By Noah White A significantly changed climate for legal medical and adult-use marijuana could emerge in North America after voters decide this fall on new and amended legislation. Here are the significant measures to follow in the coming months. Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program Launch (HB 523) Sept. 8, 2018 Ohio House Bill 523 went into effect Sept. […] …read more

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By Associated Press By, Mike Catalini TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey has 146 applications to choose from for six new medical cannabis dispensaries across the state, Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy said Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018. Murphy announced the number of applications from 106 companies vying for two locations in northern, central and southern New Jersey. It’s the […] …read more

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By Noah White California lawmakers burned the midnight oil, working late into the night Aug. 31, 2018 — the last day of the legislative session — to consider 18 cannabis-related measures in the Assembly and state Senate. Now 17 bills await signatures from Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown, who has already vetoed a bill to authorize cannabis education and […] …read more

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