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12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
12/03/2018 - 7:20am
After Uruguay and Canada, who will be next to legalise cannabis?
(Canada, Cannabis, Colombia, Development, Edibles, Germany, Greece, Growing, Hemp, Investors, Israel, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Products, Recreational, Regulations, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, Security) When Uruguay legalised cannabis for recreational purposes in 2013, it was difficult to imagine that five and a half years later, a G8 nation like Canada would be taking the next step in this direction. Anyone who follows these global developments will be in little doubt that more countries will follow in the foreseeable future. But which ones will that be? Below is a cursory list of the most likely candidates. 1. Mexico The USA’s southern neighbour could soon pass a law that would regulate growing and selling as early as mid-2019. Following a ground-breaking decision by the Supreme Court on October 31, the future President announced that cannabis would be legalised. Whilst the judge had merely declared that the penalties for small-scale consumption, possession and growing offences were illegal, on November 8, Senator Olga Sanchez from the future governing party PRI said the following: “We need to reassess our country’s drugs policy. It is time to make changes, because this has already...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/who-wants-to-visit-uruguay-and-canada-where-canna...
10/25/2018 - 1:58pm
Lebanon man badly burned by marijuana extract lab explosion - Albany Democrat Herald
(Lebanon, News) Albany Democrat Herald Lebanon man badly burned by marijuana extract lab explosion Albany Democrat HeraldA Lebanon man has been hospitalized after a drug lab explosion along River Drive on Tuesday night, according to a news release from the Linn Interagency Narcotics Enforcement team. Nicholas Helms, 26, was initially transported to Samaritan Lebanon ... and more »
https://democratherald.com/news/local/lebanon-man-badly-burned-by-marijuana-extr...
06/01/2018 - 4:44pm
Researchers in Lebanon Hope to Study Medical Benefits of Cannabis - High Times
(Cannabis, Lebanon, News, Research, Science, Texas, United States) High Times Researchers in Lebanon Hope to Study Medical Benefits of Cannabis High TimesThe Lebanese American University will be the first university in Lebanon to study medical marijuana. This week, the university president announced the foundation of the Medicinal Cannabis Research Center. Joseph G. Jabbra put forth big plans for ... DFW Academy of Cannabis Science to begin classes in the fall North Texas Daily all 2 news articles »
https://hightimes.com/news/researchers-in-lebanon-hope-to-study-medical-benefits...
06/01/2018 - 4:44pm
Researchers in Lebanon Hope to Study Medical Benefits of Cannabis - High Times
(Cannabis, Lebanon, News, Research, Science, Texas, United States) High Times Researchers in Lebanon Hope to Study Medical Benefits of Cannabis High TimesThe Lebanese American University will be the first university in Lebanon to study medical marijuana. This week, the university president announced the foundation of the Medicinal Cannabis Research Center. Joseph G. Jabbra put forth big plans for ... DFW Academy of Cannabis Science to begin classes in the fall North Texas Daily all 2 news articles »
https://hightimes.com/news/researchers-in-lebanon-hope-to-study-medical-benefits...
04/04/2018 - 10:56am
New Hampshire Senate Approves Bill to Improve Local Access to Medical Marijuana
(Cannabis, Lebanon, Medical Marijuana, New Hampshire, United States, Dispensaries) Almost five years after New Hampshire passed its medical marijuana law, nearly 400 residents of Cheshire and Sullivan counties acquired cannabis under the program in 2017, according to state data. A bill that recently passed the N.H. Senate could shorten their travel times to and from dispensaries.Senate Bill 388, which must go before the House to become law, authorizes the creation of two additional dispensaries, one of which would be in Cheshire or Sullivan counties.New Hampshire’s medical marijuana law, which has been in effect since 2013, legalized the use of cannabis for a limited number of medical conditions and with strict permitting. It authorized four dispensaries across the state, which ultimately led to the opening of dispensaries in Lebanon and Plymouth, both in Grafton County; Dover, in Strafford County; and Merrimack, in Hillsborough County.In addition to a dispensary in Sullivan or Cheshire counties, the legislation would also establish a new dispensary in Carroll, Coos...
http://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/Article/new-hampshire-senate-bill-improve-l...
04/04/2018 - 10:56am
New Hampshire Senate Approves Bill to Improve Local Access to Medical Marijuana
(Cannabis, Lebanon, Medical Marijuana, New Hampshire, United States, Dispensaries) Almost five years after New Hampshire passed its medical marijuana law, nearly 400 residents of Cheshire and Sullivan counties acquired cannabis under the program in 2017, according to state data. A bill that recently passed the N.H. Senate could shorten their travel times to and from dispensaries.Senate Bill 388, which must go before the House to become law, authorizes the creation of two additional dispensaries, one of which would be in Cheshire or Sullivan counties.New Hampshire’s medical marijuana law, which has been in effect since 2013, legalized the use of cannabis for a limited number of medical conditions and with strict permitting. It authorized four dispensaries across the state, which ultimately led to the opening of dispensaries in Lebanon and Plymouth, both in Grafton County; Dover, in Strafford County; and Merrimack, in Hillsborough County.In addition to a dispensary in Sullivan or Cheshire counties, the legislation would also establish a new dispensary in Carroll, Coos...
http://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/Article/new-hampshire-senate-bill-improve-l...
09/19/2017 - 12:46pm
Kaya Holdings Inc.
26 Acres Of Lebanon Farmland Sold to Marijuana Company - 750 KXL
(Cannabis, Florida, Kaya Holdings Inc., Lebanon, United States) 750 KXL 26 Acres Of Lebanon Farmland Sold to Marijuana Company 750 KXLFort Lauderdale, Fl. – Kaya Holdings, with corporate headquarters in Florida, has purchased 26 acres of farmland in Lebanon for $515,000 in cash. Company CEO Craig Frank says they'll have both an indoor and outdoor grow operation and expect their first ...
http://www.kxl.com/26-acres-lebanon-farmland-sold-marijuana-company/
09/19/2017 - 12:46pm
Kaya Holdings Inc.
26 Acres Of Lebanon Farmland Sold to Marijuana Company - 750 KXL
(Cannabis, Florida, Kaya Holdings Inc., Lebanon, United States) 750 KXL 26 Acres Of Lebanon Farmland Sold to Marijuana Company 750 KXLFort Lauderdale, Fl. – Kaya Holdings, with corporate headquarters in Florida, has purchased 26 acres of farmland in Lebanon for $515,000 in cash. Company CEO Craig Frank says they'll have both an indoor and outdoor grow operation and expect their first ...
http://www.kxl.com/26-acres-lebanon-farmland-sold-marijuana-company/
08/21/2017 - 11:40am
Driver dies in crash after leaving Lebanon marijuana festival - Foster's Daily Democrat
(Cannabis, Lebanon, Maine, Medical Marijuana, News, United States) Press Herald Driver dies in crash after leaving Lebanon marijuana festival Foster's Daily DemocratLEBANON, Maine — Maine State Police are still investigating what caused a rollover crash that killed a Barrington, N.H., man minutes after he left a local medical marijuana festival Friday. Maine State Police Spokesman Steve McCausland said Michael ... Victims in fatal Lebanon crash had attended marijuana fest, police say Press Herald Organizers say marijuana festival had nothing to do with deadly Lebanon crash WGME NH man returning from medical marijuana festival in Maine dies in crash NH1 News all 8 news articles »
http://www.fosters.com/news/20170821/driver-dies-in-crash-after-leaving-lebanon-...
08/21/2017 - 11:40am
Driver dies in crash after leaving Lebanon marijuana festival - Foster's Daily Democrat
(Cannabis, Lebanon, Maine, Medical Marijuana, News, United States) Press Herald Driver dies in crash after leaving Lebanon marijuana festival Foster's Daily DemocratLEBANON, Maine — Maine State Police are still investigating what caused a rollover crash that killed a Barrington, N.H., man minutes after he left a local medical marijuana festival Friday. Maine State Police Spokesman Steve McCausland said Michael ... Victims in fatal Lebanon crash had attended marijuana fest, police say Press Herald Organizers say marijuana festival had nothing to do with deadly Lebanon crash WGME NH man returning from medical marijuana festival in Maine dies in crash NH1 News all 8 news articles »
http://www.fosters.com/news/20170821/driver-dies-in-crash-after-leaving-lebanon-...
08/20/2017 - 7:35pm
Victims in fatal Lebanon crash had attended marijuana festival, police say - Press Herald
(Cannabis, Lebanon, Maine, Medical Marijuana, New Hampshire, United States) Victims in fatal Lebanon crash had attended marijuana festival, police say Press HeraldTwo New Hampshire men who were involved in a fatal car crash Friday night in Lebanon had attended a medical marijuana festival in the York County town, according to Maine State Police. In a statement Sunday, state police spokesman Steve McCausland ... and more »
http://www.pressherald.com/2017/08/20/victims-in-fatal-lebanon-crash-had-attende...
08/20/2017 - 7:35pm
Victims in fatal Lebanon crash had attended marijuana fest, police say - Press Herald
(Cannabis, Lebanon, Maine, Medical Marijuana, New Hampshire, News, United States) Press Herald Victims in fatal Lebanon crash had attended marijuana fest, police say Press HeraldTwo New Hampshire men who were involved in a fatal car crash Friday night in Lebanon had attended a medical marijuana festival in the York County town, according to Maine State Police. In a statement Sunday, state police spokesman Steve McCausland said ... Driver dies in crash after leaving Lebanon marijuana festival Foster's Daily Democrat all 5 news articles »
http://www.pressherald.com/2017/08/20/victims-in-fatal-lebanon-crash-had-attende...
08/20/2017 - 7:35pm
Victims in fatal Lebanon crash had attended marijuana fest, police say - Press Herald
(Cannabis, Lebanon, Maine, Medical Marijuana, New Hampshire, News, United States) Press Herald Victims in fatal Lebanon crash had attended marijuana fest, police say Press HeraldTwo New Hampshire men who were involved in a fatal car crash Friday night in Lebanon had attended a medical marijuana festival in the York County town, according to Maine State Police. In a statement Sunday, state police spokesman Steve McCausland said ... Driver dies in crash after leaving Lebanon marijuana festival Foster's Daily Democrat all 5 news articles »
http://www.pressherald.com/2017/08/20/victims-in-fatal-lebanon-crash-had-attende...
08/20/2017 - 7:35pm
Victims in fatal Lebanon crash had attended marijuana festival, police say - Press Herald
(Cannabis, Lebanon, Maine, Medical Marijuana, New Hampshire, United States) Victims in fatal Lebanon crash had attended marijuana festival, police say Press HeraldTwo New Hampshire men who were involved in a fatal car crash Friday night in Lebanon had attended a medical marijuana festival in the York County town, according to Maine State Police. In a statement Sunday, state police spokesman Steve McCausland ... and more »
http://www.pressherald.com/2017/08/20/victims-in-fatal-lebanon-crash-had-attende...
04/30/2017 - 7:07pm
Sunday marks anniversary of first medical marijuana dispensary open in NH - WMUR Manchester
(Cannabis, Lebanon, Medical Marijuana) Sunday marks anniversary of first medical marijuana dispensary open in NH WMUR ManchesterDr. Gary Woods, a board member of Temescal Wellness in Dover and Lebanon, said the sense in the medical cannabis community is that there clearly has been a benefit to legalizing marijuana for medicinal use but the system still needs improvement.
http://www.wmur.com/article/sunday-marks-anniversary-of-first-medical-marijuana-...
04/30/2017 - 6:52pm
Sunday marks anniversary of first medical marijuana dispensary open in NH
(Cannabis, Lebanon, Medical Marijuana) Dr. Gary Woods, a board member of Temescal Wellness in Dover and Lebanon, said the sense in the medical cannabis community is that there clearly ...
http://www.wmur.com/article/sunday-marks-anniversary-of-first-medical-marijuana-...
04/27/2017 - 11:16am
Loophole in PA's medical marijuana laws could let dispensaries sell the plant - Billy Penn
(Cannabis, Lebanon, Medical Marijuana, News, Oils, Pennsylvania, United States, Dispensaries) Billy Penn Loophole in PA's medical marijuana laws could let dispensaries sell the plant Billy PennWhen the Pennsylvania legislature last year passed a bill legalizing medical marijuana, it did so largely under the impression that dispensaries wouldn't sell the drug in its plant form, but only in infused oils, pills and ointments. By next year ... Pennsylvania releases list of applicants to grow or process medical marijuana Pittsburgh Post-Gazette State releasing names of potential marijuana sellers witf.org BLOG: Pa.'s first medical marijuana licenses to be issued in June York Dispatch (blog) Philly.com - Lebanon Daily News - Fox Business all 27 news articles »
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04/27/2017 - 11:16am
Loophole in PA's medical marijuana laws could let dispensaries sell the plant - Billy Penn
(Cannabis, Lebanon, Medical Marijuana, News, Oils, Pennsylvania, United States, Dispensaries) Billy Penn Loophole in PA's medical marijuana laws could let dispensaries sell the plant Billy PennWhen the Pennsylvania legislature last year passed a bill legalizing medical marijuana, it did so largely under the impression that dispensaries wouldn't sell the drug in its plant form, but only in infused oils, pills and ointments. By next year ... Pennsylvania releases list of applicants to grow or process medical marijuana Pittsburgh Post-Gazette State releasing names of potential marijuana sellers witf.org BLOG: Pa.'s first medical marijuana licenses to be issued in June York Dispatch (blog) Philly.com - Lebanon Daily News - Fox Business all 27 news articles »
https://billypenn.com/2017/04/27/loophole-in-pas-medical-marijuana-laws-could-le...
04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/21/2017 - 10:00am
Legal – illegal – rational: We lack good examples
(Afghanistan, Argentina, Banking, Brazil, Canada, Cannabis, Colorado, Growing, Investors, Israel, Lebanon, Media, Morocco, Netherlands, North Korea, Oregon, Paraguay, Products, Quality Control, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Washington DC, Cultivation, Security) Uruguay did not prepare Taking a look at South America, however, clearly shows , that, almost four years after legalisation, the circumstances in Uruguay do not really provide an example that other countries with similar intentions should follow: – So far, smokers in Uruguay have no way of buying cannabis legally. The media in Uruguay recently reported that a sales system through pharmacies could be put in place across the country this summer, but this is far from being the first announcement of its kind; this was also supposed to start in both 2015 and 2016. – More than 60% of the buds consumed in Uruguay are still illegally smuggled into the country from Paraguay – Because of its clouded legally status (growing cannabis privately and providing it to friends for consumption is legal, but commercial buds are still illegal), a huge grey area has arisen where a lot of untaxed money is being made from cannabis. In Uruguay, legalisation was introduced for political reasons, to be the...
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04/19/2017 - 6:10pm
Industrial hemp crop to sprout in Westmoreland business park - Tribune-Review
(Hemp, Lebanon, Industrial Hemp) Industrial hemp crop to sprout in Westmoreland business park Tribune-ReviewA mini-industrial hemp farm is planned for a five-acre plot in a business park off Interstate 70 in South Huntingdon as part of an experimental project with a Mt. Lebanon-area business that is leasing the land from Westmoreland County. ... The company ...
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04/11/2017 - 5:46pm
More Than 40lbs Of Marijuana Found In Traffic Stop - NewsChannel5.com
(Cannabis, Lebanon) NewsChannel5.com More Than 40lbs Of Marijuana Found In Traffic Stop NewsChannel5.comOfficers found more than 40 pounds of marijuana during a traffic stop in Lebanon. On Tuesday around 11 a.m., Officer Josh Brownlee stopped a silver Honda Accord for a traffic violation on Interstate 40, just west of Highway 109. With the help of K-9 ... and more »
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03/07/2017 - 5:35pm
Should Pennsylvania legalize marijuana? - Lebanon Daily News
(Cannabis, Colorado, Lebanon, News, Pennsylvania, United States) Lebanon Daily News Should Pennsylvania legalize marijuana? Lebanon Daily NewsOn Monday, DePasquale proposed regulating and taxing marijuana, like Colorado and seven other states have already done. Based on data from Colorado, DePasquale estimated that within a decade, marijuana would blossom into a $20 billion industry in ... Wolf: Pennsylvania Not Ready For Legalized Marijuana CBS Philly Auditor General says taxing marijuana could yield $200 million for state Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Auditor general believes Pennsylvania should legalize marijuana, tax sales WPXI Pittsburgh PhillyVoice.com - WTAE Pittsburgh - PennLive.com all 37 news articles »
http://www.ldnews.com/story/news/local/2017/03/07/should-pennsylvania-legalize-m...
03/07/2017 - 5:35pm
Should Pennsylvania legalize marijuana? - Lebanon Daily News
(Cannabis, Colorado, Lebanon, News, Pennsylvania, United States) Lebanon Daily News Should Pennsylvania legalize marijuana? Lebanon Daily NewsOn Monday, DePasquale proposed regulating and taxing marijuana, like Colorado and seven other states have already done. Based on data from Colorado, DePasquale estimated that within a decade, marijuana would blossom into a $20 billion industry in ... Wolf: Pennsylvania Not Ready For Legalized Marijuana CBS Philly Auditor General says taxing marijuana could yield $200 million for state Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Auditor general believes Pennsylvania should legalize marijuana, tax sales WPXI Pittsburgh PhillyVoice.com - WTAE Pittsburgh - PennLive.com all 37 news articles »
http://www.ldnews.com/story/news/local/2017/03/07/should-pennsylvania-legalize-m...