Cannabis News Round-Up

Cannabis company sells California town it envisioned as a marijuana resort, but pipe dream isn’t dead. In Oakland, a clash of artists vs. big cannabis. Here’s why California pot sellers are paying prime rents for warehouse and storefront space. Regulations and taxes threaten California legal cannabis market. Riverside, California eyes ban on marijuana businesses. How much is too much with marijuana edibles? Nevada  industry shares secrets to customer safety.

Oregon crackdown on cannabis sales to minors appears to be working. Colorado study finds no causal link between marijuana, homelessness.

New Hampshire House punts on marijuana legalization; opts for further study. Pressured by Massachusetts, Connecticut lawmakers explore questions about legal pot.

In the murky world of DC marijuana law, pop-up markets thrive. Here’s where 19 New Jersey  towns currently stand on legal weed. New Jersey marijuana legalization: Tube men, black market and other legal weed pitfallsPanel weighs in on New Jersey marijuana legalization. Jersey City council to hear marijuana plan.

What happens in Michigan municipalities if recreational marijuana is legalized? Cook County, Illinois voters give firm answer on legalizing recreational marijuana.

The most powerful anti-pot official is named Sessions. It’s not who you think. Legal marijuana and gay marriage have been good for innovation. Legal pot business owners ponder the possibility of death row after Trump administration policy shift. Brewer launching marijuana-infused “beer”. For police, catching stoned drivers isn’t so easy. Gross receipts taxes in the marijuana industry found to cause distortionary effects.

Canada marijuana stocks are getting hammered because of a do-or-die legalization vote. Canada Liberals’ plan to legalize marijuana by midsummer passes first hurdle in the Senate. As Canada moves toward legalizing marijuana, Micron Waste gears up for processing, disposal. Canada to legalize marijuana ‘within months’, says MP. Trudeau government avoids defeat on key pot bill vote. Marijuana seeds and seedlings to be sold by Prince Edward Island government, but not edibles.

Solving the Dutch pot paradox: Legal to buy, but not to grow.