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Boosted by support from younger voters, California is
poised to legalize REC
on Tuesday, creating the world’s largest cannabis market.
A third company is
for denying it a license.
MED supporters in North Dakota,
got a little money
to spread the word. In Montana, MED users are
ahead of the vote.
I wrote a story for the L.A. Times about
Pueblo, Colo., the pot boomtown
that may vote the industry out.
Several California counties are
voting on pot taxes
. L.A. will have a
vote on pot regulation
An Arizona anti-pot group is inaccurately
, Colorado lawmakers said. REC got some
big union endorsements
Alaska’s first dispensary
, Herbal Outfitters, opened in Valdez. “It lets people know if you vote on something, its going to happen. If you really believe in it its going to happen,” one Ryan Cummings said. “The people that did it, all of us that made it happen, it’s very exciting. I think that it’s going to be a success. Maybe might mellow our town out a little bit.”
An Anchorage dispensary,
, is on hold after it gave away free samples.
Utah is starting to
talk about MED
. Virginia is
Evan McMullin, a Mormon presidential candidate who has a shot at winning Utah, says states
should be allowed to legalize heroin
New York is watching Massachusetts
. The Bronx is getting its
Colorado’s tight, new proposed budget, will
use pot taxes
to fund housing for the homeless.
The violent tactics of the
Philippines’ drug war
are spreading across Asia.
officially legalized MED
. Access is still a way’s off. The country’s leading
cannabis information body
lost its government funding.