More than $22 million of those losses were the value of stock-based compensation to former employees, board members and business consultants.
Stillwater carries tea, instant coffee and Ripple Dissolvable THC and CBD, a nearly flavorless and odorless white powder you can add to anything.
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Recent votes in the House and Senate suggest lawmakers may have the two-thirds support needed in each chamber to override the veto threat.
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The push for legalized marijuana has moved into Utah and Oklahoma, two of the most conservative states in the country, further underscoring how quickly feelings about marijuana are changing in the United States.
Marijuana has enjoyed some head winds lately, even as regulating it faces an uncertain future in the Trump administration.
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Convictions aren't erased but public access would be restricted.
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Eco-activists worry that semi-legal and illegal marijuana grows may undermine the environmental activism that has long fought to preserve the redwoods as a natural resource.
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Denver marijuana buyers would help pay for an expansion of Denver's 10-year, $150 million affordable housing fund under a plan that includes city borrowing to amp up apartment production.
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Pennsylvania medical marijuana program to allow sale of flower, expand list of qualifying conditions
Patients registered in Pennsylvania's medical marijuana program will soon be able to consume it in dry leaf or flower form, and more medical conditions will qualify for treatment by the drug.
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The opening of the $15 million MedMen facility east of the Reno-Sparks area marks a goal of the company to change the conversation surrounding marijuana.
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States continue to press ahead with cannabis reform. The Connecticut Joint Committee on Appropriations approved a bill April 5 to legalize and regulate marijuana for adults in the state, potentially setting the issue up for floor vote before the end of this year’s legislative session. House Bill (HB) 5394 was introduced by the committee to […]
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced steps to expand New Jersey’s long-stalled Medical Marijuana Program. Former Republican governor Chris Christie was an avowed prohibitionist who for years worked to block the program until he was driven from office by voters. Gov. Phil Murphy campaigned on a promise to legalize marijuana, emphasizing the need to address […]
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