Denver marijuana sales reach record high of $587 million, sales across state continue to rise

Denver dispensaries sold more than $ 587 million in marijuana in 2017 even as sales in shops in other parts of the state continue to grow. Retail sales totaled $ 377 million in Denver, according to the city’s annual report on the marijuana industry released Thursday. The city’s revenue from all marijuana…

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Ohio should continue medical marijuana program despite ‘multiple’ flaws, state auditor says

Published: Feb 21, 2018, 3:59 pm • Updated: Feb 21, 2018, 3:59 pm By The Associated Press COLUMBUS, Ohio — The state auditor says Ohio should continue its medical marijuana program despite “multiple” flaws in selecting grower applicants. Republican Auditor David Yost says the program’s flaws should be handled by…

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Nevada recreational marijuana sales continue to outpace projections

Published: Dec 21, 2017, 2:20 pm • Updated: Dec 21, 2017, 3:53 pm By The Associated Press CARSON CITY, Nev. — Three months after they became legal, sales of recreational marijuana in Nevada are continuing to outpace projections. The Nevada Department of Taxation says the $ 27.7 million in sales…

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Teenage Marijuana Use Continues To Drop, As States Continue To Legalize

According to a brand new study, teenage marijuana use in the U.S. is dropping. And it’s not just the total number of teens who consume cannabis that’s falling. The report also found that adolescents in the U.S. are having fewer marijuana-related behavioral problems as well. Researchers at Washington University School…

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Ban On Private Marijuana Clubs To Continue In Washington D.C.

Washington voters approved marijuana legalization in 2014. The success vote made cultivation, possession, and distribution for no consideration legal in D.C.. However, regulated sales are not legal. A temporary ban on private marijuana clubs went into effect in an attempt to curb public marijuana consumption. That makes it hard for…

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Ban On DOJ Interference In State Medical Marijuana Laws Likely To Continue

Another press release about the omnibus spending bill’s marijuana riders: The Justice Department will continue to be prohibited from interfering in state medical marijuana laws under the new federal spending bill unveiled late Tuesday night. The compromise legislation includes a provision that is intended to prevent the department, including the…

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Patients Continue To Buy Medical Marijuana From The Black Market In Minnesota Due To Cost

(image via minnesota norml) There is a trend in America right now when it comes to medical marijuana states. The newer the state, the stricter the program, which then translates to higher prices for medicine. These same states don’t allow patients to grow their own medicine, so patients either have…

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