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Massachusetts cannabis

As Nevada Thrives After One Year Of Recreational Cannabis Sales, Massachusetts Still Waits To Launch

Both Massachusetts and Nevada voted to legalize recreational sales of cannabis in November 2016. Twelve months after the first retail marijuana stores began sales in Nevada, the state’s 61 dispensaries are on pace to sell upward of $410 million in cannabis products. The Nevada tax department has taken in more than $55 million in revenue […]

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President Evil? In Honor Of Presidents’ Day, Let’s Take A Look At Our Commanders-In-Chief’s Thoughts On Cannabis

The year is 2018. Twenty-nine US states have approved the sale of cannabis and its derivatives for medical and/or recreational purposes. This may mark a return to the history of acceptable marijuana use that dates back to colonial America. So, on Presidents’ Day, there is renewed interest in what US presidents, past and present, have […]

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Vermont Becomes First Grow-Friendly State To Legalize Cannabis Via State Legislature

The Green Mountain State is about to get a whole lot greener. Vermont has become the first state to legalize cannabis through the state legislature rather than citizen referendum on an election ballot. On January 10, Vermont legislature approved a bill to legalize recreational cannabis, making it the third New England state and overall ninth […]

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Ohio Issue 3 Marijuana Legalization Failure: Ohioans Just Say No to Corporate Marijuana

Ohio residents recently voted to overwhelmingly reject the Ohio “Issue 3” marijuana legalization constitutional amendment. I’ve been growing marijuana in rural Ohio for many years. Ohio has severe penalties for possessing, growing, and selling cannabis. And yet, like most Ohio marijuana growers and consumers, and the majority of Ohioans, I voted against Ohio Issue 3. […]

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