Marijuana sales east of Mississippi poised to rival western markets including Colorado, California

The cannabis industry in the U.S. has long been centered around states like Colorado and Oregon, but now, marijuana sales in Illinois and its neighboring states east of the Mississippi River are poised to rival those out west.

N.J. lawmakers advance medical cannabis, expungement bills

New Jersey lawmakers advanced legislation expanding the state's medical marijuana program and making it easier for certain convicts to clear their records.

N.J. lawmakers advance medical cannabis, expungement bills

New Jersey lawmakers advanced legislation expanding the state's medical marijuana program and making it easier for certain convicts to clear their records.

Delaware lawmakers reintroduce bill to legalize marijuana

The bill introduced Thursday is aimed at eliminating the black market for pot.

Delaware lawmakers reintroduce bill to legalize marijuana

The bill introduced Thursday is aimed at eliminating the black market for pot.

Pot ‘legalization 2.0’: Social equity becomes a key question

'Marijuana legalization 2.0': Social equity becomes a key question as more US states debate allowing pot.

Pot ‘legalization 2.0’: Social equity becomes a key question

'Marijuana legalization 2.0': Social equity becomes a key question as more US states debate allowing pot.
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New Jersey’s legal weed bill is dead. Lawmakers will put the question on the ballot.

New Jersey's year-old legal weed bill was scrapped because legislative leaders said they were short a few votes. Instead, Sen. Steve Sweeney announced the question of whether to legalize recreational marijuana will go to voters. Bill sponsor Sen. Nick Scutari said that will likely be in 2020.

As legal weed stalls in New Jersey, voters may get a say at the polls

A plan to legalize marijuana in New Jersey is in trouble and some lawmakers are calling for a referendum to let voters decide whether adult-use recreational marijuana should be legalized. But that likely wouldn't be held until 2020.

Marijuana tax windfall fails to materialize in California - Pot Tax 101 for Pennsylvania?

A thriving underground market, which sells unregulated weed without the burden of charging taxes, is one reason expectations have collapsed.

Let cannabis industry use banks, credit cards, Pa., N.J. Attorneys General tell congressional leaders

The marijuana industry in 2017 generated $8.3 billion in cash. Few banks will touch it without a federal OK.

Lt. Gov. Fetterman’s marijuana legalization listening tour is coming to Philadelphia

Lt. Gov. John Fetterman is bringing his cannabis listening tour with a stop in Bucks County on May 15 and four weekend sessions in Philadelphia on May 18 and May 19.

Synthetic CBD from Main Line biotech gets fast track status from FDA

Zygel is targeted primarily for Fragile X, a rare disorder which is said to affect one in 4,000 males and one in 6,000 girls. It also could be deployed for children with autism spectrum disorders.

City Council moves to ban new medical marijuana dispensaries in one Philadelphia neighborhood

The bill, introduced by Councilman Curtis Jones, would prevent dispensaries from opening on commercial corridors in the 4th District.

Philadelphia’s Jefferson University gets another $2 million for cannabis research

Barry Lambert is CEO of Ecofibre, a company that grows hemp in Kentucky. He bestowed an additional $2 million to Jefferson to develop medical uses for industrial hemp and its derivatives.

Philly DA’s Office won’t prosecute cannabis users for DUI unless they are actually stoned

The president of the Pa. District Attorneys Association testified Monday at a joint commission in Harrisburg. Krasner had none of it.

Have we reached Peak CBD? Kiosk opens at King of Prussia, CBD ‘wooder ice’ in South Philly

CBD, the non-intoxicating compound found in cannabis, is fixing to become a mall staple.

‘Unlocking American Dream’: Bill proposes to seal non-violent, weed-related federal crime records

U.S. Reps Lisa Blunt Rochester (D., Delaware) and Guy Reschenthaler (R., Pa.-14) have introduced a bill to seal criminal records for non-violent marijuana offenses.

Medical marijuana: These Philly docs help seniors with managing chronic pain

Dr Ari Greis of Rothman Institute says he sees a lot of older patients with an average age of 65 asking about medical marijuana recommendations for chronic pain.

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