Cannabis News Round Up

DOJ gears up for crackdown on marijuana. What Jeff Sessions is getting wrong about legal weed. As Trump wages war on legal marijuana, military veterans side with pot. Can the Trump team stop the $40 billion weed industry?

Oregon legislation prohibits cannabis stores from collecting, retaining customer data. New Oregon laws designed to protect against federal crackdown on marijuana. Tumbling prices can’t stop growth of Spokane, Washington legal marijuana market on three-year anniversary. The feds are looking into Colorado weed black market. Durango, Colorado upholds marijuana buffer measurements. Secret marijuana meeting in Colorado. Tax revenue for legal weed sales in Colorado exceeds $500M.

California takes steps to avoid shortage of legal marijuana. Another California city wants to require permits for residents to grow cannabis at home. California bill would restrict branded marijuana merchandise. Legal pot gains foothold in rich California market. Are California and local governments dragging their feet in preparing for legal pot? L.A. voters want to legalize marijuana, so why won’t city leaders do it? Nevada pot users keep Lyft and Uber drivers busy.

Massachusetts legislature moves forward on marijuana law overhaul. With New Hampshire, all of New England has decriminalized or legalized marijuana. Maine House passes bill to require agriculture department to test marijuana for safety.

After blowing July 1 deadline, Canada seems likely to legalize pot while ignoring UN treaties. With legalization coming, Toronto startup aims to blaze a trail in cannabis. Uruguay started selling legal marijuana yesterday: the prices are amazing, but it’s barely even weed. South America may be on the verge of a marijuana legalization tidal wave.

Is the legalization of marijuana in Trinidad & Tobago an idea whose time has come? What a NETH study tells us about legalization.

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