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Week in Review: OR cannabis firms owe the tax man, Ohio nears MMJ sales & some MI cities ban rec marijuana businesses
Bart Schaneman, Jeff Smith and John Schroyer
Oregon cannabis businesses fall behind on their tax obligations, Ohio inches closer to launching its tardy medical marijuana program, and some Michigan cities are prohibiting adult-use MJ companies.
Heres a closer look at some notable developments in the marijuana industry this week.
Oregon tax crunch
Oregon marijuana businesses may owe the state up to $15.7 million in back taxes, but that shouldnt necessarily be seen as a cannabis-specific problem, according to one analyst.
In any industry where the stakeholders are faced with bleak situations and the ability to make a....
Chronicle AM: NJ Gov Still Ready to Legalize It, Court Rejects OH MedMJ Racial Justice Provision, More... 11/16/18
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy D is still committed to marijuana legalization, the Albany DA announces an end to low-level pot prosecutions, an Ohio court throws out a racial justice requirement in the state`s medical marijuana licensing plan, and more.
New Jersey Governor Reiterates Support for Legalization. In remarks to the state League of Municipalities Thursday, Gov. Phil Murphy D said he remains in favor of marijuana legalization. ``I remain equally committed to sensible legislation to legalize adult use of marijuana, and to continue to expand our medi....
Marijuana reformers enjoyed numerous federal, state, and local victories last night. Here are the highlights.
STATE BALLOT INITIATIVES
Florida: Sixty-three percent of Florida voters approved Amendment 4, which amends the state constitution to restore voting privileges to those with non-violent felony convictions including tens of thousands of those convicted of marijuana-related offenses. Passage of the amendment is anticipated to reinstate voting rights to some 1.4 million Floridians.
Michigan: Voters by a margin of 56 percent to 44 percent approved Proposal 1, legaliz....
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