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Hampton recommends changing zoning law to allow medical cannabis oil production

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Cannabis plants growing at Arizona Organix, a medical marijuana dispensary in Phoenix, Ariz. The company is owned and operated by Ben Myer, who is a partner with Rx Native Pharmaceutical, a Hampton start-up seeking to be the first of its kind licensed in Virginia. August 5, 2018. (Rx Native Pharmaceutical / HANDOUT) Hampton is inching closer to having a medical …

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Cannabis groups come together on draft of medical marijuana rules to present to legislative working group

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Several groups of cannabis stakeholders have come together to provide to legislators a 200-page draft bill that would provide clarity to businesses and patients as the state’s medical marijuana program launches. With a tight timeline for implementation required by State Question 788, the Oklahoma Board of Health was tasked with passing emergency rules so applicants would be able to submit …

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Medical marijuana measure spurs religious freedom lawsuit in Utah

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Cannabis plants at Compassionate Cultivation on Wednesday Jan. 17, 2018. (Jay Janner/Austin American-Statesman via AP) more > A ballot measure permitting medical marijuana within the state of Utah may go up in smoke pending a First Amendment lawsuit filed Wednesday in Salt Lake County Court. Led by a longtime marijuana legalization opponent and active member of The Church of Jesus …

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Here’s Why We Believe Canadian Medical Cannabis Producer Aphria Is Worth CAD 12.60 Per Share

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A security employee stands by a case of marijuana distribution devices while waiting for the first patients to arrive at Allegany Medical Marijuana Dispensary on December 1, 2017 in Cumberland, Md. (Photo by Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post via Getty Images) As the date for legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada nears, investors are closely watching every move made by the …

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Former New York Giants star wants to open a medical marijuana facility in N.J.

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EDITOR’S NOTE : Interested in the marijuana business industry? NJ Cannabis Insider is a new premium intelligence briefing that features exclusive weekly content geared toward entrepreneurs, lawyers and realtors. View a sample issue . Amani Toomer worked for years in East Rutherford as a star wide receiver for the New York Giants, but in retirement he’s hoping to work in …

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NJ medical marijuana: A beginner’s guide to the process

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What will happen on college campuses such as Rutgers University if there’s legal weed in New Jersey? Doug Hood and Mike Davis, Asbury Park Press (Photo: ~Photo courtesy of Dr. David Boguslavsky) BRIDGEWATER – You have chronic lower back pain that just doesn’t go away. Or you have inflammatory bowel disease, glaucoma or suffer from anxiety or migraines. Nothing seems …

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Medical marijuana discussion in Fort Lee brings out former NY Giants receiver Amani Toomer

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Former New York Giant Amani Toomer speaks to the Fort Lee council on Aug. 16 about opening a medical marijuana dispensary in town. Kristie Cattafi, Staff Writer, @KristieCattafi (Photo: Troy Harvey/Special to NorthJersey.com) FORT LEE — The council officially supports medical marijuana dispensaries coming to town after a discussion that brought former New York Giants wide receiver Amani Toomer out …

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Cannabis groups collaborate on medical marijuana draft legislation

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A group of cannabis organizations has released 200 pages of model legislation that would provide clarity to businesses and patients as the state’s medical marijuana program launches with only emergency rules that have caused controversy and drawn legal challenges. With a tight timeline for implementation required by State Question 788, the Oklahoma Board of Health was tasked with passing the …