The Maryland marijuana application process has officially opened and it is great news for anyone looking to get into the cannabis industry on the East Coast. The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission, the body responsible for regulating the Maryland marijuana application process, has announced they will be allowing medical marijuana business applications from interested applicants. After […]
Starting October 12 Washington State’s “Liquor & Cannabis” board will begin accepting new applications from any medical marijuana dispensaries seeking a Washington dispensary license. The new bill aims to make the states heavily unregulated medical marijuana market into a highly regulated cannabis program. Washington law makers estimate that almost 800 dispensaries being unregulated and without […]
In Oregon, pot is completely legal right now. You can grow it. You can smoke it. You can eat, vape, or dab it. However, until now you could only buy marijuana as a patient of a medicinal dispensary. A friend might share a joint with you, but an average Joe couldn’t buy marijuana.
However, the rules […]
Recently, We have seen a surge of interest coming from Oregon, the newest recreational market in the industry. Oregon has been known for world class marijuana cultivation methods and crops since the early 70’s. Sound the interest is definitely well placed. Oregon is poised to be one of the most efficient states in terms of […]
Congratulations to the State of New York for passing the limited medical marijuana bill into law on the 5th of July 2014. New York is the 23rd state to legalize. Keep in mind that New York had decriminalized the possession in public view of less than 25 grams of marijuana in 1977. It should be […]
Washington medical marijuana growers, patients, and dispensary owners have long enjoyed a legal but unregulated market that has existed in their state for years, until this week when a new bill was passed on to Gov. Jay Inslee to sign before becoming law. Currently there are no licensing regulations or specific requirements for the roughly […]