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    As Marijuana Becomes Legal In Maine, Governor Seeks Funding For Rules

    Maine on Monday became the eighth U.S. state to legalize recreational marijuana use and the state's Republican governor called on lawmakers to approve funds to develop rules to oversee retail sales of the drug. The measure was narrowly approved by voters on Nov. 8 to make it legal for adults...
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    What You Can And Can't Do Now That Marijuana Is Legal In Maine

    Portland , Maine – Recreational marijuana became legal in Maine at 12 a.m. Monday. Here's what you can do under the legal marijuana law: The law, which was passed by referendum in November, allows adults 21 and over to legally possess 2.5 ounces of marijuana. Adults can also have six...
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    Marijuana Becomes Legal In Maine On Monday

    Maine lawmakers have approved amendments of the first portion of the marijuana legalization on Thursday. Maine voters backed up the legalization in November and are looking forward for the amendment to take effect on Monday. This will allow adults 21 and above to possess and grow a limited...
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    Maine Lawmakers Weigh Calls To Delay Retail Sales Of Marijuana

    Augusta – Lawmakers heard hours of testimony on Tuesday about whether to delay retail sales of marijuana in order to give the state additional time to craft regulations. Maine is expected to lift its prohibition on adult possession and cultivation of marijuana on Jan. 30, joining a half-dozen...
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    Big howdy from N. Maine!

    hey folks! came on over from AFN. heard good things going on here! started my 1st indoor weed grow about a month ago . had some issues but waira got me back on track! looking' forward to talking 'growing and strains! been gardening for 30yrs but new to weed. maine just passed rec. weed! yay...
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    Maine Financial Institutions Steering Clear Of Marijuana Businesses

    Westbrook, Maine – Banks and credit unions are keeping their distance from the marijuana industry because the federal government still considers marijuana illegal. Legal marijuana businesses can't accept credit cards, they can't secure bank loans or get any other business services provided by...
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    Maine's Recreational Marijuana Law Takes Effect This Month

    Recreational marijuana use will be legal in Maine this month after a referendum passed by voters in November cleared its last hurdle, a signature from Gov. Paul LePage (R). The office of Maine's secretary of state said on Twitter Tuesday that they had received a signed proclamation for ballot...
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    Anti-Marijuana Forces In Maine Call For State Moratorium

    Augusta, Maine – Campaigners who opposed a referendum to make marijuana legal in Maine are now calling for a moratorium on implementation of legalization. Voters narrowly approved legalization of marijuana last month. The new law calls for a nine-month implementation period in which state...
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    Maine Communities Putting Brakes On Marijuana Sales

    Marijuana legalization may have passed in Maine, but some towns and cities are putting on the brakes, and blocking retailers from setting up shop. From Bangor to Portland, municipalities have enacted moratoriums on marijuana sales to determine zoning rules for retailers. "We need to make...
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    Richmond Latest In String Of Maine Towns To Consider Marijuana-Related Moratorium

    Richmond, Maine - Maine Recreational marijuana will soon be legal in Maine and towns and cities are trying to determine how to deal with the new law- the latest of which is Richmond. At 6:00 Tuesday night in the Richmond Town Office, the town Planning Board and residents will discuss a...
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    Towns Consider Moratoriums After Maine Voters Legalize Marijuana

    Portland – Towns and cities around Maine are taking a cautious approach to the new state law that legalizes marijuana and are considering moratoriums on the sale of the drug within their limits. Maine voters approved the referendum in November, and the secretary of state's office signed off...
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    Towns Consider Moratoriums After Maine Voters Legalize Pot

    Portland, Maine - Towns and cities around Maine are taking a cautious approach to the new state law that legalizes marijuana and are considering moratoriums on the sale of the drug within their limits. Maine voters approved the referendum in November. But it could be months before the state...
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    ME: Anti-Marijuana Legalization Group Drops Recount Demand

    Portland, Maine - A group that campaigned against the legalization of marijuana in Maine has dropped its request for a recount The opposition group said it has withdrawn its request with the Secretary of State's office and that is satisfied that the result approving marijuana legalization in...
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    Maine Employers Facing New Questions Regarding Legal Marijuana

    Ausgusta, Maine - Maine's Department of Labor will be holding a series of workshops next month to educate residents about legal marijuana in the workplace. The workshops will teach employers how to spot on-the-job impairment. Marijuana will be legalized in Maine if the results from...
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    Maine Town Mulls 'Dry Town' Designation To Block Marijuana Sales

    Oakland, Maine - Oakland is considering becoming a "dry town" to block marijuana retail stores and social clubs. Unofficial results from the Maine secretary of state's office indicate the state referendum legalizing pot for people 21 or older narrowly passed. The vote is being recounted...
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    Maine Legalizes Marijuana For Recreational Use

    Portland, Maine - Maine residents have voted to legalize marijuana for recreational use in their state. The final results of the referendum were tabulated on Thursday. The count took nearly two days because of how close the race was, within a fraction of a percentage point, and The Associated...
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    ME: Impact Of Legalizing Pot Hazy For Business, Law Enforcement, Caregivers

    Businesses, law enforcement officials and advocates for the state's medical marijuana program are looking toward — or bracing for — the week before Christmas, when adults at least 21 years old will be allowed to possess and grow marijuana in Maine. The change is the result of Question 1, the...
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    A Brief Rundown Of Everything You Should Know About Maine's Marijuana Vote

    What's being voted on Today is a big day for the marijuana industry, with residents in five states voting on whether or not to legalize recreational cannabis. One of those states is Maine, with voters deciding on Question 1, or the Maine Marijuana Legalization Measure as it's officially...
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    Cities, Towns In Maine Putting Hold On Pot Shops Before Vote

    Westbrook, Maine - Cities and towns around Maine are looking to put moratoriums on the sale of marijuana in advance of a vote that could make the substance legal in the state. Maine voters will decide whether to allow legal recreational marijuana use in the state on Nov. 8. At issue are...
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