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Federal judge wants out-of-state cannabis businesses to gain equal retail licensing treatment in Maine

http://blog.tenthamendmentcenter.com/2013/10/maine-take-steps-to-nullify-federal-prescription-drug-ban/

Bethan Rose Jenkins, Cannabis News Writer/Editorial

September 10, 2020

Maine has been pushing forward with its nascent recreational cannabis market, which ignited into its developmental phase after a law was passed in November 2016. However, goals of prioritizing recreational cannabis company owners for business licenses in Portland have been dashed and divided.  A...

Maine discontinues adult-use cannabis residency requirement to sidestep legal predicaments

http://blog.tenthamendmentcenter.com/2013/10/maine-take-steps-to-nullify-federal-prescription-drug-ban/

Bethan Rose Jenkins, Cannabis News Writer/Editorial

May 26, 2020

Cannabis residency requirements have caused a lingering problem in Maine’s legal weed industry. Fortunately things could soon be changing, with Maine regulators declaring an end to the favoring of “cannapreneurial” residents, as opposed to out-of-state business owners. This is according to a report f...

Second judge rules Denver can’t ban cannabis users from parks without hearing

Second judge rules Denver can’t ban cannabis users from parks without hearing

Sara Tiradossi

October 30, 2017

District Court Judge William D. Robbins ruled this week that the Denver Park and Recreation’s temporary ban removing people suspected of illegal drug activity from city parks without a hearing, or conviction, violates the U.S. constitution. The department is currently planning on making adjustments...

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