Monthly Archive: January 2019

DEA, Colorado Police Raid 50 Illicit Market Marijuana Grow Houses in Denver

DEA, Colorado Police Raid 50 Illicit Market Marijuana Grow Houses in Denver

As many as 50 illicit market marijuana grow houses in the Denver metropolitan area were raided early Thursday by DEA agents and state and local police. Dozens of search warrants were served to homeowners and...

Property Owners Who Lease to Illicit Weed Businesses May Soon Face Stiff Fines

Property Owners Who Lease to Illicit Weed Businesses May Soon Face Stiff Fines

The City of Los Angeles is on the brink of taking a dramatic measure against illegal cannabis businesses. At a panel event on Jan. 24, Cat Packer, the executive director of the Los Angeles...

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San Francisco Events May Soon Allow Marijuana Sale and Consumption

San Francisco Events May Soon Allow Marijuana Sale and Consumption

On Tuesday, San Francisco Supervisor Rafael Mandelman announced that the city would soon be accepting applications for city permits to allow legal cannabis sales and consumption at public events. That means parades, festivals, concerts,...

Israel’s Cabinet Approves Export of Medical Cannabis

Israel’s Cabinet Approves Export of Medical Cannabis

In a decision that thrilled the country’s cannabis industry, Israel’s cabinet gave a final OK on January 27 to regulations permitting the export of medical marijuana. The law was unanimously passed in the country’s...

Patients Left in Limbo as Louisiana Experiences Medical Cannabis Delays

Patients Left in Limbo as Louisiana Experiences Medical Cannabis Delays

Now approaching the fourth year since Louisiana lawmakers passed medical cannabis legislation, patients have been stuck in a frustrating and painstaking wait as treatment remains unavailable. On Monday, patients and medical cannabis advocates received...

Maine Supreme Court Upholds Eviction of Man Growing His Own Medical Marijuana

Maine Supreme Court Upholds Eviction of Man Growing His Own Medical Marijuana

Underlining the role that economic class plays in one’s experience of the cannabis legalization movement, Maine resident Olanian Jackson saw his eviction upheld by the state’s Supreme Court after his landlord discovered that Jackson...

California Lawmakers Consider Reducing Pot Tax to Compete with Illicit Markets

California Lawmakers Consider Reducing Pot Tax to Compete with Illicit Markets

California’s legal cannabis industry still can’t compete with the state’s entrenched illicit market. The reason: fairly simple economics. It just costs too much to go legit. So for the second year in a row,...

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