Massachusetts Legislature Approves New Recreational Marijuana Provisions
The Massachusetts Legislature approved a six-month delay of several key provisions in the states new recreational marijuana law, including the licensing of pot shops, angering backers of the voter-approved measure.
Caregivers’ ability to grow hundreds of Colorado marijuana plants – which some claim is supplying the black market in and outside of the state – is about to be uprooted.
Towns and cities around the state are taking a cautious approach to the new Maine marijuana law that legalizes marijuana and are considering moratoriums on the sale of the drug within their limits.
A small Southern California town is moving to require a costly permit for residents who want to grow marijuana in their own homes.