voted

  1. Ron Strider

    CO: Longmont Lifts Ban On Medical, Recreational Marijuana Shops

    Longmont City Council has voted to allow up to four retail businesses to sell marijuana and marijuana products within city limits, nixing a years-old ban on medical and recreational pot shops. The Daily Times-Call reports that the City Council on Tuesday voted 4-3 in favor of lifting the ban...
  2. Ron Strider

    MA: Cape's Pro-Pot Advocates Keep Close Watch On Cannabis Commission

    Cape Cod's advocates for legalized marijuana are keeping a close watch on the state's new Cannabis Control Commission as it begins to hold public meetings. Richard Elrick, a former Barnstable town councilor and a leader of the local effort to pass Question 4 on last November's ballot, says it...
  3. Ron Strider

    MA: Towns Who Voted Down Legalizing Marijuana May End Up Approving Pot Shops

    State lawmakers are considering changes to the state's recreational marijuana law. They have a self-imposed Friday deadline to find a compromise. The 22News I-Team keys in on one battle which involves how towns would be able to deny retail pot shops. Marijuana's legal, but do you want it...
  4. Ron Strider

    CA: The Latest: Marijuana "Sanctuary" Bill Passes Assembly

    California lawmakers voted to keep state and local police from helping enforce federal anti-marijuana laws that conflict with state law. The state Assembly voted Thursday to shield Californians complying with state cannabis regulations like those legally operating a shop selling pot from being...
  5. K

    CA: How Humboldt County Voted On Marijuana Legalization

    Humboldt County's top cannabis-growing regions were unanimous in their opposition to California's second attempt to legalize nonmedical marijuana through Proposition 64 in November. But unlike the first legalization attempt in 2010 with Proposition 19, Humboldt County's population centers were...
  6. K

    CA: Measure D - Calaveras Voters Reject Cannabis Farming Regulation

    Measure D, a voter initiative to establish permanent regulation for cannabis businesses in Calaveras County, was defeated Tuesday with 9,479 (54 percent) voting no, and 8,023 (46 percent) voting yes. Although the text of the measure primarily addresses issues such as zoning for cannabis...
  7. J

    Maine: Town Council Defers On Medical Marijuana Ordinance

    The Town Council voted not to move forward with regulations targeting the sale and distribution of medical marijuana during its Tuesday meeting. A medical marijuana ordinance was raised when " a couple of people interested in establishing marijuana growth businesses in South Berwick...
  8. J

    Maine: Town Council Defers On Medical Marijuana Ordinance

    The Town Council voted not to move forward with regulations targeting the sale and distribution of medical marijuana during its Tuesday meeting. A medical marijuana ordinance was raised when " a couple of people interested in establishing marijuana growth businesses in South Berwick...