Cannabis News Round-Up

Pot bust in Mendocino, California pits legit industry against law enforcement. California highway patrol arrests marijuana delivery workers, sparking debate over laws. California could make more money from legal pot than beer by 2019. California towns scramble to prepare for legal marijuana on Jan. 1. ER doctor has concern for California legal edible marijuana. California marijuana start-ups, shut out from banks, turn to private backing. As California legalizes recreational marijuana, this Los Angeles pot shop weighs closing its doors. Pot legalization could spell end to California medical marijuana industry. As pot becomes legal in California, law enforcement will be looking for high drivers. California central valley cities ready to capitalize on legalization of recreational marijuana. Labor unions see organizing California marijuana workers as a way to grow. First rule of California pot legalization: Don’t smoke in public. I grow pot in California for a living. I’m worried about legalization. As California legalizes pot sales, laws collide at US checkpoints. With clock ticking down to California legalization, marijuana becomes a suburban affair. Some California police fear more crime with marijuana legalization.

Colorado is using pot tax money to save programs funded by big tobacco settlement. The world’s strongest pot product is for sale in Seattle, and it looks almost like crystal meth.

With the groundwork laid, Massachusetts cannabis business likely to take off in 2018. Maine regulated marijuana market could still be saved.

How Congress unwittingly turned DC into the Wild West of marijuana. Point Pleasant Beach. New Jersey bans medical, recreational weed sales.

Lawmakers renew push to legalize marijuana in New Mexico.

Legal weed isn’t the boon small businesses thought it would be. The cops and politicians joining Canada cannabis business.

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