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Dutchie’s 4/20 outage has cannabis retailers reeling

posted on GreenMarketReport Sales stalled for more than four hours on cannabis’ most important day of the year. Dutchie is on damage control duties this week following yet another malfunction on the busiest cannabis sales day of the year. The Bend, Oregon-based cannabis point-of-sale and e-commerce platform saw widespread outages on April 20 for the third …

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Suing the DEA to Get Weed Legalized – How the DEA Rigged the Game to Keep Cannabis Illegal for the Past 54 Years

posted cannabis.net The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is often portrayed in popular media as a valiant police force dedicated to combating drug cartels and keeping our streets safe from dangerous illegal substances. Images of fearless DEA agents conducting dramatic raids and busts fill movies and TV shows, shaping the public perception of this powerful government …

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Poll: Florida Cannabis Legalization Bid Lacks Sufficient Voter Support

posted Ganjapreneur In a recent poll of more than 1,000 Florida adults, just 49% of respondents said they would vote “yes” on the state’s upcoming cannabis legalization amendment. The results suggest a tough road ahead for the legalization campaign as constitutional amendments in the state require 60% supermajority support. The cannabis legalization constitutional amendment set …

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Federal Officials Are Suddenly Seizing Marijuana From State-Licensed Businesses, Leaving Industry Perplexed

posted MarijuanaMoment Federal officials have been seizing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of marijuana from state-licensed cannabis businesses in New Mexico in recent weeks—detaining industry workers in what appears to be a localized escalation of national prohibition enforcement even as the federal government has largely refrained from interfering with the implementation of state legalization …

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Ann Arbor’s Hash Bash returned for a 53rd year, just days after inspiration’s death

posted DetroitFreePress The Ann Arbor Hash Bash returned on Saturday for a 53rd year, flooding the city’s streets with thousands of people repping the famous green-fingered leaf. But sadly, this year’s event took place without the man who inspired it all over five decades ago. John Sinclair, a counterculture icon whose personal fight against the …

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Light a campfire and a joint: Muskegon dispensary opens cannabis campsite

posted on MLIVE MUSKEGON, MI — A cannabis-friendly campsite is coming to Muskegon this summer, just in time for festival season. The Grassy Knoll Recreational Dispensary, located at 2125 Lemuel St, is using the fives acres adjacent to their building to set up a smoker oasis in its wooded hilltop. The dispensary sits on a …

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Legal Marijuana Purchases In Michigan Spiked In March, Reaching A New Record High

posted MarijuanaMoment Legal sales of marijuana in Michigan tallied a new monthly record in March, according to recently released data from state cannabis regulators, with retailers recording nearly $289 million in purchases during the month. Sales of medical marijuana, however, continued to decline. Adult-use marijuana purchases in Michigan totaled $286.8 million during March 2024, accounting …

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Ypsilanti says no new marijuana dispensaries under emergency measure

posted MLIVE YPSILANTI, MI — New marijuana retailers can’t set up shop in Ypsilanti under an emergency moratorium enacted Tuesday night. The Ypsilanti City Council approved the emergency measure at its April 16 meeting, halting the issuance of additional marijuana permits in the city, while advancing an ordinance that would place a hard cap on …

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‘It doesn’t smell right.’ Michigan councilman linked to $69,000 marijuana real estate sale

posted on MLIVE MENOMINEE, MI — Joseph S. Dulak has helped shape marijuana policy as a member of the city council in Menominee, a U.P. border town with a lucrative weed market. Now, Dulak is facing criticism after a company he’s linked to benefited from the marijuana business. Public records reviewed by MLive show that …

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Rescheduling Cannabis: A Smoke and Mirrors Act or a Turning Point?

A special contribution from: Anton Harb Jr. The simmering debate around cannabis rescheduling has reached a boiling point. With several states embracing recreational cannabis and medical programs flourishing nationwide, pressure is mounting on the federal government to move the plant off Schedule I, a classification reserved for dangerous substances with no accepted medical use. But …

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