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  1. Ron Strider

    ME: Legislative Committee Dives Into Another Go At Recreational Marijuana Bill

    State lawmakers are launching a new effort to overhaul Maine's recreational pot law in January, hoping to find a political compromise to avoid another gubernatorial veto. The committee charged with launching the state's commercial adult-use market already has reintroduced the bill that Gov...
  2. Ron Strider

    ME: Lawmakers Return To Augusta After Veto Of Marijuana Law

    Maine lawmakers are returning to Augusta following Republican Gov. Paul LePage's veto of a bill to regulate and tax the sale of marijuana. A two-thirds vote of lawmakers present Monday evening will determine whether or not the veto stands. The bill that establishes rules for the retail...
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    Guam: Marijuana Home Cultivation, Senators' Raises Vetoed

    Gov. Eddie Calvo on Friday vetoed legislation that would have allowed qualified medical marijuana patients to grow their own medicinal plants at home, saying the bill places a huge burden on public health and safety. He also vetoed a bill by senators that would cut legislative salaries from...
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    Kent's Mayor Cooke Might Veto City Council's Medical Marijuana Co-Op Ban

    Kent Mayor Suzette Cooke says she will consider vetoing a measure passed Tuesday night by the City Council to ban medical marijuana patient cooperatives. The council voted 4-2 to approve a land use zoning code amendment to ban the four-member co-ops to grow marijuana that the state began to...
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