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Less than three months after voters passed Prop. 207, the first retail marijuana stores opened in Arizona. The post Recreational cannabis sales debut in Arizona months ahead of schedule appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Recreational cannabis sales debut in Arizona months ahead of scheduleContinue Reading

There’s a lot of anti-legalization bluster in Helena, but leaders expect marijuana rules to be enacted on schedule. The post Don’t panic, Montana: Here’s why legislators aren’t likely to delay legalization appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Don’t panic, Montana: Here’s why legislators aren’t likely to delay legalizationContinue Reading

Get insights on cannabis investing and what the post-election investment climate looks like during the Investor Intelligence Conference portion of MJBizCon’s Passholder Days on Thursday, Nov. 12. Marijuana multistate operators are well-positioned to thrive in adult-use cannabis markets created by the Nov. 3 election, but small businesses – including minority-Continue Reading

Trailing badly in the polls, Montana prohibitionists appeal to anti-legalization judges to bail them out. The post Montana prohibitionists ask Supreme Court to kick legalization off ballot appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Montana prohibitionists ask Supreme Court to kick legalization off ballotContinue Reading

A bill that would legalize a commercial adult-use marijuana program in Vermont has been sent to the governor’s desk for his signature after the Senate passed the final version Tuesday by a resounding 23-6 margin. Gov. Phil Scott, a Republican, hasn’t said whether he’ll definitely sign the bill – orContinue Reading

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf on Tuesday called on lawmakers to legalize a commercial recreational marijuana program during the fall legislative session. The request reflects the mounting pressure for states to legalize given budget shortfalls stemming from the coronavirus pandemic as well as the continued momentum for adult-use legalization in theContinue Reading

The Arizona Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that a voter initiative that would legalize a commercial recreational marijuana program in the state will appear on the November ballot, removing the final legal challenge. In a last-ditch effort to keep the issue off the ballot, opponents had argued that the initiativeContinue Reading

Maine’s potential $300 million a year recreational marijuana program now is expected to launch sales by the end of the year, according to state officials. That would be more than four years after Mainers legalized adult use, with recent delays stemming from the coronavirus pandemic. The launch date is basedContinue Reading

A Montana group, rebuffed in its effort to collect digital signatures for a recreational marijuana legalization campaign, said Thursday it will begin collecting signatures in person while following strict public health protocols. New Approach Montana plans to start the signature drive May 9 and hopes to collect the necessary 25,468Continue Reading