Committee Blog: California Regulations Public Comment Period Nears Close – Act Now!

Posted on: September 17th, 2018 by admin No Comments

by Lauren Mendelsohn ( Law Offices of Omar Figueroa ), Juli Crockett ( MMLG ) and Michael Cooper ( MadisonJay Solutions LLC ) from  NCIA’s State Regulations Committee Do you have views on the regulations that will govern California’s cannabis industry? If so, California’s window for the public to make comments on the proposed permanent industry regulations is about to draw to a close.

Could medical marijuana help fight opioid abuse? It’s complicated – The State Journal-Register

Posted on: May 27th, 2018 by admin No Comments

The State Journal-Register Could medical marijuana help fight opioid abuse? It's complicated The State Journal-Register Tom Utley says medical marijuana allowed him to reduce his use of prescription painkillers by 98 percent over the past year and a half. “It has given me control of my life,” said Utley, 42, a Mason County resident whose chronic pain after a car crash …

MJ Freeway, Leading Medical Marijuana Sales and Inventory Tracking Software … – PR Web (press release)

Posted on: April 26th, 2012 by admin No Comments

Denver, CO (PRWEB) April 26, 2012 In support of the good news is that Arizona’s Department of Health Services (DHS) will accept applications May 14 -May 25, 2012 for medical marijuana dispensaries, MJFreewaySales.com will sponsor a webinar on meeting the requirements for applications. This free webinar by Ryan Hurley, Partner, Rose Law Group, and Amy Poinsett, CEO, MJ Freeway, entitled “AZ’s MMJ Future: Proposition 203, DHS Rules and Essential Application Elements” will cover Arizona application and operations requirements.

NH House Set To Vote On Medical Marijuana Bill – WMUR Manchester

Posted on: April 25th, 2012 by admin No Comments

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Marijuana Vending Machine by Calif. Company – WAPI

Posted on: April 23rd, 2012 by admin No Comments

Marijuana Vending Machine by Calif. Company David McNew/Getty Images (ALISO VIEJO, Calif.) — A California company hopes to make medical marijuana a little easier to obtain and to control. Dispense Labs, a division of the Dispensary Group, unveiled Autospense Friday, an automated dispensary that distributes medical marijuana and looks like a vending machine

Connecticut Medical Marijuana Legalization Gets Closer, But Politicians Still … – Reason Online (blog)

Posted on: April 21st, 2012 by admin No Comments

No-doubt-accidentally in honor of 4-20 , legal medical marijuana in Connecticut (which  decriminalized small amounts of pot in 2011)  had some promising progress today when the state’s financial committee voted 36-15 to legalize medical marijuana, under a measure now on its way to the state House of Representatives.

House panel okays medical marijuana bill – Concord Monitor

Posted on: April 20th, 2012 by admin No Comments

A bill to legalize marijuana for medicinal use in New Hampshire passed a House committee yesterday, but its prospects for overcoming a potential veto by Gov.

Medical marijuana backers plan Friday protest in Oakland – Inside Bay Area

Posted on: April 19th, 2012 by admin No Comments

The future of Richard Lee’s cannabis-related entities remains in flux after a federal raid earlier this month left some of them with little more than their office furniture. Oaksterdam University, the nation’s first cannabis trade school, is retreating to a single room at its soon-to-be former downtown Oakland headquarters, and the Oaksterdam Cannabis Museum remains closed indefinitely, officials announced during a Wednesday news conference at the school. Meanwhile, Lee is working with city officials to transfer control of the Coffeeshop Blue Sky medical marijuana dispensary, which shares a storefront with the museum at Broadway and 19th Street, to a new operating group led by the dispensary’s former employees

Medical marijuana backers plan Friday protest in Oakland – San Jose Mercury News

Posted on: April 19th, 2012 by admin No Comments

The future of Richard Lee’s cannabis-related entities remains in flux after a federal raid earlier this month left some of them with little more than their office furniture. Oaksterdam University, the nation’s first cannabis trade school, is retreating to a single room at its soon-to-be former downtown Oakland headquarters, and the Oaksterdam Cannabis Museum remains closed indefinitely, officials announced during a Wednesday news conference at the school. Meanwhile, Lee is working with city officials to transfer control of the Coffeeshop Blue Sky medical marijuana dispensary, which shares a storefront with the museum at Broadway and 19th Street, to a new operating group led by the dispensary’s former employees.

California lawmakers OK plan to shift pot shop regulation to state – San Jose Mercury News

Posted on: April 18th, 2012 by admin No Comments

SACRAMENTO — A proposal that could make it easier to open medical marijuana shops in California was approved Tuesday by the state Assembly’s Public Safety Committee despite objections from cities and law enforcement agencies that it unreasonably ties their hands. The measure by committee Chairman Tom Ammiano, a San Francisco Democrat, would shift the regulation of the industry from local governments, some of which have banned the dispensaries, to a new state Board of Medical Marijuana Enforcement that would adopt rules and set fees for medical pot cultivation and sales. The measure would require that a city or county permit no fewer than one pot dispensary per 50,000 residents and would allow those local entities to opt out of the requirement.

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