Month: June 2017

About 150 people in Los Angeles for what Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer called the “first of several” conversations about the launch of adult-use cannabis. The post Residents Demand Diversity in Cannabis Industry at LA Town Hall appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Residents Demand Diversity in Cannabis Industry atContinue Reading

After a petition drive that gathered 67,500 signatures, the autonomous Spanish region of Catalonia has legalized the cultivation, consumption, and distribution of cannabis. The post Catalonia OKs Cannabis Legalization, but Will Spain Let It Fly? appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Catalonia OKs Cannabis Legalization, but Will SpainContinue Reading

Utah is proof positive of a maxim in drug-policy reform: Never trust a lawmaker with medical cannabis. Utah medical marijuana patients just learned that the hard way — now they’re taking aim at the 2018 ballot. Earlier this year, it appeared the Republican-controlled political establishment in Utah was ready to giveContinue Reading

The nation’s first licensed marijuana clubs likely will roll out in Denver in a few months after regulators finalized rules governing the pilot program. Under the regulations released Friday, clubs can’t open without neighborhood approval, nor can they allow indoor smoking or onsite cannabis sales. The final rules also don’t require patrons to signContinue Reading

Talks between the House and Senate over a compromise marijuana law appeared stalled Friday, even as lawmakers faced a self-imposed deadline for delivering a bill to Republican Gov. Charlie Baker’s desk. The post Talks Stall as Deadline Looms for Massachusetts Cannabis Bill appeared first on Leafly. Read More:Continue Reading