It was supposed to be a long weekend of festivals and music culminating on April 20, or 4/20, the code for marijuana’s high holiday.
Colorado has legalized online sales of recreational marijuana amid the coronavirus epidemic, fulfilling the pot industry's biggest wishes.
Legal marijuana sales are up as more Americans self-isolate with COVID-19 spread
Marijuana users have gone on a buying binge, as they stock up for potential quarantines or simply light up in search of relief during anxious times and government lockdowns.
Mayor Marty Walsh says police will also make sure the opening is safe and orderly, with officers helping with crowd and traffic control and discouraging public consumption of marijuana, which remains illegal in Massachusetts.
Snoop Dogg has gotten in on the meat replacement trend.
Canopy Growth said Wednesday it will close two facilities, eliminate 500 positions, and cancel plans for another greenhouse.
The tax agency has to build cash rooms in order to collect tax revenues, the U.S. Treasury Secretary said.
The research polled more than 15,000 adults.
Operating costs, including marketing, research and development, rose 34 percent to C$231.7 million.
"Being a profitable cannabis company for our investors is the singular near-term focus."
Alaska's legal marijuana industry hit the milestone Thursday as regulators approved the first retail stores where onsite use would be permitted.
The number 420 is a colloquial term referencing marijuana or cannabis consumption.
In a study published in the Drug and Alcohol Dependence journal, researchers at McLean Hospital found that heavy, recreational marijuana users were worse drivers even when sober, compared to non-users.
The Nevada Department of Taxation took in $9.8 million in October
High Times has been buying up other marijuana-related properties.
A Canadian cannabis tech company has pulled out of the CES gadget show after being given constraints on how it could promote its products.
'You'd be astounded by the analysis we've seen of products on the shelf with virtually no CBD in them,'
“The demand was huge,” McQueeney told the Chicago Tribune. “We knew we were going to run out. It was a matter of when, not if.”
Illinois is the 11th state to legalize recreational marijuana for people 21 and older.