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Pacific Cannabis Church - Dispensary
Redondo Beach CA
Here you can get best quality of cannabis dispensary. If you know more details about our store visit our webpage.

Pacific Cannabis Church - Dispensary

Flora Terra
Santa Rosa CA
The best Santa Rosa Dispensary to rise from the ashes. Flora Terra provides the highest quality medicine for Sonoma County. Dispensary Santa Rosa named Flora Terra is the best medical recreational marijuana cannabis dispensary in all the dispensaries of Santa Rosa
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Flora Terra

San Francisco CA
SPARC is a nonprofit collective dedicated to providing lab-tested, affordable, high quality cannabis and subsidized health services to our members. We aim to educate our members about cannabis treatments and other alternative health approaches to supplement their medicine. SPARC ...

Tahoe Wellness Cooperative
South Lake Tahoe CA
Tahoe Wellness Cooperative strives to create a safe community space for anyone in the community to express positive and creative ideas. We do this through the support of medical cannabis, which is our main mission: to provide high quality, pure and safe medicine to medical mariju...
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NORML | January 19, 2021

Legislation to allow adults in Washington to cultivate marijuana for personal use received its first public hearing last week in the House Committee on Commerce and Gaming. House Bill 1019 allows adults 21 and older to cultivate up to six marijuana plants for personal use. Under current state law, the cultivation of marijuana is a felony offense punishable by thousands of dollars in fines and possible jail time. Representative Kloba D, who chairs the Committee, is among the sponsors of HB 1019. Since Washington voters legalized adult-use marijuana via a ballot initiative.... View more in new window | January 19, 2021

Kyle Jaeger
President-elect Joe Bidens new pick for a leading role in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services HHS is a strong ally of the medical marijuana communitythe latest pro-reform selection to be named in recent weeks. Rachel Levine, who currently serves as Pennsylvanias health secretary, is being nominated for assistant secretary of HHS. And the Biden transition team isnt shying away from her connection to medical cannabis, noting her expertise on the topic in a press release on Tuesday. In addition to her recent posts, Dr. Levine is also an accomplished regional and.... View more in new window

NORML | January 15, 2021

The American Medical Association AMA and its state affiliate have filed a joint amicus brief urging the states highest court to reject a voter-approved ballot measure legalizing and regulating cannabis access to qualified patients. On Election Day, 73 percent of voters decided in favor of Measure 65, which establishes a system of state-licensed dispensaries to engage in the retail dispensing of cannabis and cannabis products to patients who possess a doctors authorization. Just prior to the vote, officials representing the city of Madison including the towns Mayor filed .... View more in new window | January 14, 2021

Robert Davis

Marijuana sales proved strong in multiple legal states in 2020.
Colorados total marijuana sales surpassed $2 billion in 2020, the highest amount since legalization, the states Department of Revenue CDOR said Tuesday. State dispensaries brought in $175,145,246 in November, a 17 percent increase from 2019. In return, the state reaped $32,383,094 in revenue from taxes and fees. Colorados sales were $1.7 billion in 2019 and $1.5 billion in 2018. The state brought in $387,480,110 in taxes and fees in 2020. Since the state began collecting tax revenue on marijuana sales in February 2014, Colorado has brought in almost $1.6 billion in taxes.... View more in new window

NORML | January 11, 2021

Paul Armentano
Republican Gov. Kristi Noem is using the power of her office to facilitate litigation that seeks to set aside voters approval of Constitutional Amendment A, which legalizes the adult-use marijuana market in South Dakota. Fifty-four percent of voters decided in favor of the ballot measure on Election Day. This past Friday, the Governor issued an executive order stating that the petitioners challenging the election outcome, a pair of police officers, are doing so upon my prior instruction. Later in the order, the Governor reiterates, I directed [petitioners] to commence the .... View more in new window

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