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    Massachusetts Governor Baker Delays Cannabis Retail Licenses

    Achieving state-level legalization of marijuana is often just the first hurdle for prospective retailers. While Massachusetts legalized the recreational use of marijuana in December 2016, it will apparently be some time before cannabis retail stores open there. On Dec. 30, 2016, Gov. Charlie...
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    NV: State Offers Marijuana Dos And Don'ts

    Carson City — On Jan. 1, marijuana becomes legal in Nevada, but that doesn't signal that "anything goes" in the New Year. The Department of Taxation, which is tasked with implementing the law, is urging Nevadans to know what is and isn't legal before they start celebrating in 2017. While the...
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    Lawmakers messing with start date for retail sales

    I heard on the radio this morning that there was a non-binding vote as to whether or not to push back the start date for retail sales of Cannabis in Massachusetts and it looks like a six month delay may be in the works. Shit! I knew those turkeys would do that. Why they think that they can't...
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    MA: Legislature Delays Marijuana Shops, Deadlines By 6 Months

    But what it's nearly certain to do is push back the timetable for opening retail marijuana stores from the beginning of 2018 until the middle of that year. Senate President Stanley C. Rosenberg said earlier this month that State House leaders had discussed delaying parts of the marijuana...
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    MA: Rosenberg Defends Rushing Bill Delaying Retail Marijuana Implementation

    Boston - Mass. Senate President Stan Rosenberg on Wednesday defended lawmakers rushing a bill delaying retail pot shops to Gov. Charlie Baker's desk. The new bill does not affect the personal possession and homegrowing provisions, which went into effect on Dec. 15, in the marijuana...
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    WA: Benton City Opens Doors To Marijuana Businesses

    Benton City has become the second city in Benton County to authorize marijuana sales and processing, joining Prosser. On a 3-2 vote, the city council this week passed an ordinance that allows for marijuana retail businesses, as well as processing. Pot production is already allowed in Benton...
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    NV: Countdown To Legal Pot - Who Is Allowed To Sell Pot?

    The Elko Daily Free Press is counting down the days until marijuana is legal in Nevada by answering questions concerning the law. Q: Who is allowed to sell marijuana starting Jan. 1? A: While people who are 21 and older will be able to legally possess an ounce or less of marijuana starting...
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    AK: Council OKs Two Retail Pot License Applications

    The Ketchikan City Council agreed in a split vote Thursday to not protest two marijuana retail stores in the downtown area. The Council reviews marijuana business license applications that have been submitted to the Alaska Marijuana Control Board for stores within city limits. The city can...
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    CO: Deadline For Aurora's Last Retail Marijuana License Is November 30

    The City of Aurora will award just one more license for a retail marijuana store - the last of 24 - and applicants have only until November 30 to make a bid. The city plans to award the final license no later than February 1. The new store will be located in Council Ward IV, an area of...
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    CO: Pueblo City Council Wants To Move Fast On City Pot Stores

    Now that city voters have spoken, City Council doesn't want to waste time in getting recreational marijuana stores licensed in Pueblo. At Monday's work session, council gave the green light to city planners to bring forward a zoning and licensing ordinance for final consideration on Dec. 27...
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    CO: Pueblo City Council Discusses Retail Marijuana Zoning

    Pueblo, Colo. - The city of Pueblo has decided retail marijuana shops will be allowed within city limits. On Monday, the Pueblo City Council took up the discussion of implementing voter's wishes. Council was presented plans from 2015, and in more than an hour of discussion on regulations...
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    CO: Majority Of Voters In Pueblo Want Retail Marijuana Shops In City Limits

    Pueblo, CO. The majority of voters in Pueblo say they want retail marijuana shops within city limits. Now city leaders have the task of setting guidelines to help get the shops set up appropriately. Ballot issue 2B asked voters to approve retail marijuana shops within city limits. The...
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    ME: South Portland To Consider Moratorium On Marijuana Businesses

    South Portland - The City Council will consider passing a six-month moratorium on licensing marijuana businesses so city officials would have time to weigh legal questions triggered by last week's passage of a statewide recreational marijuana initiative. The council was scheduled to discuss a...
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    CO: Commercial Marijuana Bans Appear To Fail In Pueblo County

    To put it bluntly: Preliminary results indicate that voters defeated Propositions 200 and 300, keeping the commercial marijuana industry in Pueblo County alive and legal. If the large margins hold up in today's vote counting, the victory for retail marijuana supporters will put an end - at...
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    Marijuana Measures May Put Dent In Pueblo County's 'Napa Valley Of Weed'

    Colorado's Steel City is now surrounded by the state's "Napa Valley of Weed." At least 22 stores, 92 grow sites and 31 manufacturing facilities are licensed in the county, Colorado Department of Revenue records show. And Pueblo County was the state's highest producer of retail marijuana...
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    Weed Legalization - 5 Ways Marijuana Could Change Your City

    In the shadow of one of the most divisive presidential elections in our country's history, a second plot line could have big consequences for cities around the United States. Voters in nine states are considering expanding access to legal marijuana on Tuesday, November 8. Five states will vote...
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    CO: Retail Marijuana On The Ballot For Pueblo County

    Pueblo - It's one of the most heated issues on the Pueblo Ballot. Issue 200 asks voters whether or not to continue to allow retail marijuana sales in the county. Some say it's a black eye for the community, others an economic boost, but the final word on the issue is being left up to Pueblo...
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    Fifteen Colorado Counties Will Vote On Marijuana Measures In November

    Cities and counties across Colorado have ballot measures related to marijuana regulation. Many of them involve adding additional sales taxes or excise taxes, which are paid when unprocessed marijuana is sold or transferred from a cultivation facility or site to a retail store, manufacturing...
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    What Has To Happen Before You Could Buy Marijuana Without A Prescription In Maine

    Portland, Maine - If voters legalize marijuana in Maine by voting yes on Question 1, it would sound the starting gun for businesses looking to capture part of an industry expected to grow to $200 million in Maine sales by 2020. The road from zero to $200 million would start with new debates...
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    Maple Valley City Council Approves Retail Marijuana Stores

    The legalization of marijuana in the state of Washington happened in 2012. Not every city decided to allow retail marijuana stores right away. The city of Maple Valley recently decided to allow retail marijuana outlets in the city, but not everyone was on board. The City Council had extended...
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