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  1. Ron Strider

    NV: West Wendover Considers Opening Marijuana Dispensary

    A new medicinal marijuana dispensary will likely open in West Wendover, Nevada this year. The city's mayor, Daniel Corona, said it could be the first step towards legalizing recreational marijuana use. State law allows one 1,500 square foot dispensary per every 20,000 people. Corona said the...
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    MA: Councilors Seek Regulations On Citizen Marijuana Usage

    As a result of voters' November legalization of recreational marijuana, Haverhill City Councilors set into motion plans to regulate possible shops opening in the city. Although the legalization of medical marijuana passed in 2012, no shops have opened in Haverhill yet. Councilors are not...
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    ME: Portland Passes Moratorium To Delay Opening Of Marijuana Businesses

    The Portland City Council voted unanimously Monday night to approve a six-month moratorium that will give the city time to develop regulations governing retail marijuana establishments. The moratorium, which takes effect immediately, will delay the opening of any stores, cultivation...
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    ME: Bangor Councilors To Consider Moratorium On Marijuana Social Clubs

    Bangor could be joining the list of communities with a temporary ban on recreational marijuana clubs. City councilors will meet next week to talk about whether to approve a six-month moratorium. It comes ahead of a vote in November on a ballot question to make recreational pot legal. If...
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    MA: Decision Day For Proposed Medical Marijuana Facility In Springfield

    Springfield, Mass. — In an 8-3 vote, Springfield City Councilors voted against granting Hampden Care Facility a host agreement to build a medical marijuana dispensary at 506 Cottage Street. City Councilors didn't agree with a clause in the contract allowing Hampden Care to be the only medical...
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    MA: Decision Day For Proposed Medical Marijuana Facility In Springfield

    Springfield, Mass. — In an 8-3 vote, Springfield City Councilors voted against granting Hampden Care Facility a host agreement to build a medical marijuana dispensary at 506 Cottage Street. City Councilors didn't agree with a clause in the contract allowing Hampden Care to be the only medical...
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    MA: State Advocate Urges Springfield Officials Not To Let Politics Trump Patients

    Springfield — As city officials argued about a negotiated agreement with a planned medical marijuana dispensary in East Springfield, a top state advocate said she hoped they were not losing sight of the most important issue — the patients. Nichole Snow, executive director of the Massachusetts...
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    MA: State Advocate Urges Springfield Officials Not To Let Politics Trump Patients

    Springfield — As city officials argued about a negotiated agreement with a planned medical marijuana dispensary in East Springfield, a top state advocate said she hoped they were not losing sight of the most important issue — the patients. Nichole Snow, executive director of the Massachusetts...
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    CO: Extension Of Marijuana Shop Hours Clears First City Council Hurdle

    Marijuana shops likely will be allowed to stay open later if they choose after getting the initial OK from the Durango City Council. Councilors have considered extending the closing time from 8 p.m. to midnight. In the end, they compromised on 10 p.m. as the latest time a marijuana shop could...
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    Springfield City Councilors Object To One Company Having Medical Marijuana 'Monopoly'

    Springfield, Massachusetts - Several city councilors said Tuesday they have serious concerns that a proposed agreement for a medical marijuana dispensary in East Springfield would essentially its operator "monopoly" in the city for 10 years. The issue arose during a meeting of the council's...
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    Springfield City Councilors Object To One Company Having Medical Marijuana 'Monopoly'

    Springfield, Massachusetts - Several city councilors said Tuesday they have serious concerns that a proposed agreement for a medical marijuana dispensary in East Springfield would essentially its operator "monopoly" in the city for 10 years. The issue arose during a meeting of the council's...