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The first Utah medical cannabis dispensary will open on Monday, March 2nd, 2020. It is a major step forward for the state’s new legal cannabis program.
Recently, a class-action lawsuit was announced to be filed on behalf of “budtenders” and other dispensary workers claiming that they were underpaid.
The state of Illinois recently legalized recreational cannabis. Sales reached a gaudy $3.2 million on the very first day alone.
The number of people with vaping lung illness has reached more than 450. Some experts suspect unregulated cannabis cartridges may be to blame.
On Wednesday, January 16th, 2019, the California Bureau of Cannabis Control backed a rule that permits cannabis home deliveries statewide.
Mislabeled cannabis products are found online and in stores. One Canadian woman is suing after she received what she claims to be a “mislabeled” product.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Tuesday, March 28th, 2018, that the New Jersey medical cannabis program will be expanded to include new qualifying conditions.
New California marijuana laws will go into place on January 1, 2018. How will this updated legislation affect the cannabis industry?
Hawaii’s Governor David Yutaka Ige announces all cannabis dispensaries in Hawaii will be capable of accepting cashless payments for cannabis products.