Month: March 2018

Georgia law gives Gov. Nathan Deal, a Republican in the last year of his final term, 40 days to decide whether to sign or veto legislation, or allow it to become law without his name. The post Georgia Lawmakers Approve PTSD, Intractable Pain as Qualifying Conditions appeared first on Leafly.Continue Reading

From self-reflective rock gods to hemp-friendly senate majority leaders, here are the week’s most notable cannabis quotables. The post ‘I Was Wrong and Not Informed’: The Week in Cannabis Quotes appeared first on Leafly. Read More: ‘I Was Wrong and Not Informed’: The Week in Cannabis QuotesContinue Reading

Medical marijuana entrepreneurs hoping to operate retail stores in Massachusetts can begin applying for licenses next week. Under the Cannabis Control Commission’s final rules, which went into effect Thursday, prospective dispensary licensees can apply for “priority certification” on April 2, according to Needham TV station WCVB. Recipients of priority certification as “RegisteredContinue Reading

California, Oregon and other states are seeking a meeting with the AG in hopes of resolving the conflict between federal and state laws that has left the nation’s cannabis industry in legal limbo. The post Cannabis-Friendly States Want Meeting With Jeff Sessions appeared first on Leafly. Read More:Continue Reading