Calif. Officials Took Bribes for Dispensary Permit
They allegedly said, "this isn't our first rodeo."
Home Deliveries Boost Shops Amid Pandemic
Some cities have labeled dispensaries “essential” businesses that can remain open during lockdowns.
Mar 20th, 2020
Cape Cod Gets First Shop
Curaleaf opened a recreational marijuana store in Provincetown's famed downtown.
Jan 30th, 2020
Cresco Labs' Big Opening Day
Jan 3rd, 2020
Calif. Market Troubles Persist
Nov 19th, 2019
Bust Shows Confusion Over Hemp
Nov 11th, 2019
MedMen-PharmaCann Deal Called Off
Oct 9th, 2019
'Dank' Draws Scrutiny
The suspect vapes are a familiar product in the underground marijuana economy.
Oct 8th, 2019
Survey: Cannabis Manufacturing Expectations
More than 25 percent have already designed, manufactured or sold products for use in the cannabis manufacturing industry.
Aug 28th, 2019
Calif. Pot Revenue Falls Short
Retail shortages, a wobbly supply chain and a persistent illicit marketplace hurt sales in California's newly legal marijuana sector.
Aug 27th, 2019
Scrapping State-Run Dispensaries
Utah officials say the state's medical marijuana dispensary system could put public employees at risk of prosecution under federal drug laws.
Aug 23rd, 2019
Cannabis Marketplace Blocks Unlicensed Shops
Weedmaps announced it will no longer allow black-market businesses to advertise on its site.
Aug 22nd, 2019
5,000 Patients in La. Medical Program
Louisiana became the first Deep South state to dispense medical marijuana earlier this month.
Aug 20th, 2019
California's Illegal Market is Booming
Consumers are spending $3 in the state's underground pot economy for every $1 in the legal one.
Aug 16th, 2019
N.D. Medical Dispensary Opens
Ben Hecht, general manager of Harvest of Bismarck, says the dispensary sells everything that's available under state law.
Aug 14th, 2019
La. Officials OK Medical Marijuana
The state agriculture department this week completed final testing and cleared therapeutic cannabis for release to patients.
Aug 2nd, 2019
Utah Distribution, Growing Plans Face Scrutiny
The state dismissed appeals from six companies that were denied licenses to grow medical marijuana for Utah's program.
Aug 1st, 2019
Brothers Who Sold Deadly Cantaloupe Face Hemp Charges
Their contaminated cantaloupe killed 33 people and hospitalized many more in 2011, and now they're facing drug charges related to an industrial hemp shipment.
Jul 31st, 2019
Lab Hit by Software Glitches
The issues prompted louder calls for Washington state to rethink its cannabis "traceability" program.
Jul 26th, 2019