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Metrc Announces New Track-And-Trace Government Contract with the Commonwealth of Kentucky Metrc

Lakeland, FL – Feb 21, 2024 – Metrc, the most trusted and experienced provider of cannabis regulatory technology systems in the U.S., announced a new contract with the Commonwealth of Kentucky to support the regulation of its medical cannabis market. In March of this year, Governor Andy Beshear signed Senate…

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Metrc Announces New Track-And-Trace Government Contract with the Commonwealth of Kentucky Metrc

Lakeland, FL – Feb 21, 2024 – Metrc, the most trusted and experienced provider of cannabis regulatory technology systems in the U.S., announced a new contract with the Commonwealth of Kentucky to support the regulation of its medical cannabis market. In March of this year, Governor Andy Beshear signed Senate…

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Metrc Announces New Track-And-Trace Government Contract with the Commonwealth of Kentucky Metrc

Lakeland, FL – Feb 21, 2024 – Metrc, the most trusted and experienced provider of cannabis regulatory technology systems in the U.S., announced a new contract with the Commonwealth of Kentucky to support the regulation of its medical cannabis market. In March of this year, Governor Andy Beshear signed Senate…

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Metrc Announces New Track-And-Trace Government Contract with the Commonwealth of Kentucky Metrc

Lakeland, FL – Feb 21, 2024 – Metrc, the most trusted and experienced provider of cannabis regulatory technology systems in the U.S., announced a new contract with the Commonwealth of Kentucky to support the regulation of its medical cannabis market. In March of this year, Governor Andy Beshear signed Senate…

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New Jersey Activists Mark 100,000 Marijuana Arrests Prevented

The following blog post was drafted by longtime NORML activist Chris Goldstein. Three years have passed since New Jersey police stopped making mass arrests for marijuana possession offenses. Today, more than 100,000 people of all ages have avoided being handcuffed over small amounts of weed.  Our community of consumers and…

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New Jersey Activists Mark 100,000 Marijuana Arrests Prevented

The following blog post was drafted by longtime NORML activist Chris Goldstein. Three years have passed since New Jersey police stopped making mass arrests for marijuana possession offenses. Today, more than 100,000 people of all ages have avoided being handcuffed over small amounts of weed.  Our community of consumers and…

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Smell in the dell: Leafology’s neighbors unhappy with facility’s cannabis odors

Griffin Coop‘DO YOU LIKE SMELLING A SKUNK?’: Phil Higdon has complained about the cannabis odor at his scenic Garland County property. Phil Higdon is tired of smelling the marijuana odor that wafts over the rolling hills of his scenic property in Garland County. Higdon, 67, doesn’t oppose marijuana and even admits…

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New Jersey Marijuana Sales Officially Top $2 Billion Since 2018, Top Regulator Says, While Encouraging Lawmakers To Explore Home Grow

New Jersey’s top marijuana regulator says the state has officially surpassed $2 billion in medical and recreational marijuana sales since 2018, and he also encouraged lawmakers to explore the possibility of giving medical cannabis patients a home grow option. Jeff Brown, executive director of the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission…

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Advocates call for legalizing home-grown cannabis | Video

On the third anniversary of Gov. Phil Murphy’s signing of the bill that legalized recreational cannabis in New Jersey, cannabis advocates marched in Trenton on Thursday, called for legalization of home-grown cannabis in the state. “We do not consider the state fully legal without home cultivation rights,” said Evan Nison…

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Wis. bills to legalize medical marijuana, speed ballot counting in jeopardy

MADISON (AP) — Measures that would legalize medical marijuana, spend $125 million to combat pollution from “forever chemicals” and allow election officials to speed up the counting of absentee ballots all appear to be doomed as the Wisconsin Legislature approaches the end of its session for the year. The Assembly…

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