New York Dispensary Wants to Give You Cannabis

Yesterday’s News — July 13, 2105       Syracuse dispensary will donate portion of profits to families in need Citiva Medical, a company looking to open a cultivation center and dispensary in the Syracuse area, announced a plan to provide assistance to families in need of medical cannabis for children. Because the average monthly […]

Social Marijuana Consumption in Denver?

Yesterday’s News – July 6, 2015   Initiative okayed by city, now time to gather signatures The city of Denver has approved final language for the Limited Social Marijuana Consumption Initiative, and advocates launched a petition drive Thursday to collect signatures to get the measure on the ballot. The new law would allow certain establishments […]

The Finger Thing Means The Taxes

Yesterday’s News — June 11, 2015       Colorado Taxes Got Too High, Now They Don’t Know What To Do With All This Cash In an effort to further erode the state’s black market, Colorado will lower the sales tax on marijuana from 10% to 8% beginning in July of 2017. Governor Hickenlooper believes […]

Oregon’s Stalemate Over Medical Cannabis

Yesterday’s News – May 12, 2015       Oregon Marijuana Committee Argues Over Local Control The joint committee charged with implementing Oregon’s Initiative 91 can agree on almost everything, except the issue of local control over medical marijuana facilities. In order to prevent diversion of product to the black market, the group of lawmakers […]