2021-08-12 Paul TenHaken Answering questions on medicinal marijuana

Paul TenHaken was live. as a Public Official telling his version of the medical MJ industry IM 26. #SiouxFalls this rebroadcast of Sioux Falls City plus School Board, School District, Minnehaha and Lincoln County government videos are paid for by the taxpayers of Sioux Falls SD. These video must be…

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Connecticut Launches Website to Clear Up Cannabis Questions

Officials in Connecticut launched a new website to provide updated information on current cannabis laws and policies in Connecticut—especially adult-use policies. On July 5, Governor Ned Lamont released a press release detailing the provisions that can be found on the website, and how it can help residents navigate the new…

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Cannabis Business News – Marijuana Ballot Questions and Legalization Bills Likely To Pass?

[embedded content] This week’s Weed Talk NEWS looks at the upcoming election and what is on the ballot for marijuana voting As you get ready to vote this week, the Weed Talk NEWS crew sits down and discusses which ballot questions are likely to pass when it comes to marijuana…

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Canadian Recreational Cannabis Rules and Questions You Were Afraid To Ask

What You Can And Can’t Do In Canada Now That Cannabis Is Legal [embedded content] Midnight of October 17th, 2018 felt like nothing short of New Year: people were enduring cold weather to queue at dispensaries (and lines went round and round the block), car horns being honked, and people…

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Colorado towns back ballot questions on marijuana business

NATURITA — Voters in a western Colorado town have approved allowing a variety of marijuana businesses, including stores for medical and adult-use recreational products, manufacturing facilities and cultivation facilities. Naturita voters also approved a municipal sales tax on those businesses Tuesday. Less than 100 people voted on each question, and…

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After marijuana legalization vote, Maine Gov. LePage wants to make it harder to get questions on ballots

Published: Feb 17, 2018, 12:41 pm • Updated: Feb 19, 2018, 12:49 pm By Marina Villeneuve, Associated Press AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine lawmakers may make it tougher for citizens to get questions on ballots as Gov. Paul LePage this week renewed his call to reform a system he’s called too…

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