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Week in Review: Ohio cannabis real estate woes, Missouri ballot measures & Oregon legal jitters
Bart Schaneman, Jeff Smith and John Schroyer
Ohio medical marijuana companies spend thousands on real estate while awaiting licenses, Missouri MMJ businesses eye ballot measures that would prove most business-friendly, and Oregons top federal prosecutor calls out the states excess cannabis output.
Heres a closer look at some notable developments in the cannabis industry over the past week.
Waiting for Godot
No business relishes bleeding cash even before it can open.
But thats the situation for some medical marijuana dispensary applicants in Ohio that are spending thousands of dollars on real estate for their poten....
Four state marijuana ballot initiatives likely on tap in 2018, with Oklahoma first up
If 2016 signaled a high-water mark for state ballot initiatives to legalize cannabis, then this year portends a slow, but steady, flow.
A medical marijuana measure will go before Oklahoma voters in June, and similar initiatives are poised to make the November ballots in Missouri and Utah.
On the recreational side, an adult-use cannabis measure has been certified by a state board for Michigans November ballot.
The four measures, if they pass, will infuse easily hundreds of millions of dollars in business opportunities into what is already a multibillion-dollar industry in....
Its been quite a week for medical marijuana efforts in Missouri
Last Tuesday, the Missouri House of Representatives voted 112-44 to approve a very limited medical marijuana measure. Then, on Friday and Sunday, campaigns handed in signatures for three different medical marijuana ballot measures.
New Approach Missouri and Find the Cure submitted signatures proposing constitutional ballot measures, while Missourians for Patient Care turned in petitions for a statutory measure. Next, the secretary of state will review the signatures to see if enough are valid for the measures....
Welcome to the latest edition of NORMLs Weekly Legislative Roundup
Lets talk about some new state-level developments. The Maine House of Representatives and Senate overrode Gov. Paul LePages R veto of marijuana legalization implementation legislation this week. The enactment of the legislation establishes a framework for the retail sale of marijuana to adults, but also amends numerous provisions of the 2016 voter-approved measure including those specific to home grow limits and taxation.
The New Approach Missouri medical cannabis campaign submitted 372,483 petition signa....
Missouris full House of Representatives has passed legislation that would legalize medical marijuana.
The House approved House Bill 1554 today after hours of debate. Filed by Representative James Neely, the measure would expand the definition of investigational drug, biological product, or device so that it can include medical cannabis. Under this provision, a dispensing organization or manufacturer of an investigational drug, biological product, or device that has successfully completed phase one of a clinical trial but has not been approved for general use by the Food and Drug Administration FDA and remains under investigation in a clinical trial can be made available to ....
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